INDIANAPOLIS — Pat McAfee announced Monday that he's taking on a new gig with ESPN.
In a video announcement posted to his Twitter account, the former Colts player says he'll be joining Matt Hasselbeck, Adam Amin and Molly McGrath for ESPN's "Thursday Night Football."
"Thursday nights are about to be a GREAT time on ESPN," McAfee tweeted.
ESPN analyst Adam Schefter broke the news first, saying McAfee will be a color analyst for Thursday night college football primetime games and he will also be making regular appearances on "Get Up."
For our brand: Pat McAfee, who considered a return to the NFL, will contribute to ESPN this season as a color analyst on Thursday night college football primetime games, as well as make regular appearances on Get Up. McAfee and Matt Hasselbeck are teammates again on Thursdays.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 29, 2019
You can watch McAfee's big announcement below.
Ladies and gentlemen... I'm the luckiest dude on earth.
We're just getting started beautiful people... pic.twitter.com/klS64uDFqe
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) July 29, 2019