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Legend of the Giants acknowledges reality: “New job not going to happen”

Former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms stated on X on Monday that he “look(ed) forward to what is next” after announcing his departure from CBS. Simms is aware that “next” is probably going to have fewer headlines and duller lights.

The two-time Giants Super Bowl champion has worked as an NFL analyst for CBS for the past 26 years. The 68-year-old is aware that getting a job on a major platform is difficult due to his age.
Simms is open to taking a new TV role in the interim, should an opportunity arise from, say, Amazon Prime Video or his previous employers, NBC Sports and ESPN. However, considering his age and the current status of the company, he questions if that is really feasible. Naturally, I would adore that. However, it is not going to occur.

Former quarterback in the NFL Along with Simms, Boomer Esiason, 61, was a former NFL quarterback whose contract was not renewed by CBS. Instead, the station hired Matt Ryan, another former quarterback, to host “The NFL Today.” J.J. Watt, James Brown, Bill Cowher, and Nate Burleson are also in the cast.
The MVP of Super Bowl XXI, Adrian Simms, told FOS, “It was a great group at CBS; it really was.” “There was humor at the meetings. Each of us was crushing the others. Perhaps speaking a bit too honestly. We thought, “Why don’t we just record the meeting and head home?”

Simms told FOS that he would keep himself occupied by concentrating more on his podcast, “Simms Complete,” with his son Matt. It’s Esiason he’ll invite too.

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