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Who’re the largest NFL TV free agents?

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A $375 million contract for Tom Brady, $18 million apiece per 12 months for Tony Romo and Troy Aikman and a mere $12.5 million for Cris Collinsworth.

Greg Olsen goes to get a crack at establishing himself this 12 months with Fox having the Super Bowl and Brady within the on-deck circle. Though all the pieces feels relatively set in the intervening time, there’ll invariably be more change, so who’re the largest potential NFL TV free agents?

Here is our first power rankings of future NFL TV analysts. We usually are not saying any of those guys will ever join a broadcast booth, but they shall be wanted in the event that they wish to.

1. Mike Tomlin, Steelers coach

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