We have seen some notable father-son broadcasting duos within the NFL through the years.
Jack and Joe Buck, and Marv and Kenny Albert, have each called NFL games during their broadcasting careers.
One other father-son duo is joining that list.
Sunday, Noah Eagle, a young broadcaster and the son of CBS Sports announcer Ian Eagle, will probably be calling his first national NFL game for FOX.
“Following within the father-son on-air TV traditions of Jack and Joe Buck, and Marv and Kenny Albert, Ian and Noah Eagle are broadcasting games today. Ian Eagle is working Ravens-Giants on CBS, and son Noah Eagle is working 49ers-Falcons on FOX. It’s Noah Eagle’s first game at FOX,” Adam Schefter tweeted.
Now that is pretty cool.
“One other father son event, the Eagles play the Cowboys tonight,” one fan joked.
“Not going to lie nepotism had a component but Noah is definitely pretty good,” one fan added.
“Noah has been great on college football on FOX. Little doubt he’ll impress within the booth today,” one other fan wrote.
The 49ers and the Falcons are set to kick off at 1 p.m. E.T.
The sport will air on FOX.