NFL Gameday final hosts include Chris Rose, Omar Ruiz, Colleen Wolfe joined by analysts Maurice Jones-Drew, Adam Rank, Michael Robinson, and Chase Daniel.

Chris Rose will serve as one of the NFL Gameday football hosts on Sunday, Omar Ruiz will host on Monday and Colleen Wolfe will serve as a host on Thursday nights.

Analysts Maurice Jones-Drew will team up with Rose on Sunday, Adam Rank will team up with Ruiz and Chase Daniel will team up with Wolfe.

Hence, the NFL Game Day final is a show that is broadcast on the NFL Network after the end of NFL matches. It is basically a broad recap of the NFL highlights and is preferred by most NFL fans.

Chris Rose is one of the main hosts of NFL Game Day highlights, NFL Game Day final, and Thursday night football coverage. He also hosts the podcast show named The Chris Rose Rotation.

NFL Gameday Live Hosts

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NFL GameDay Live Hosts are Rhett Lewis and backed up by LaDainian Tomlinson, Patrick Claybon, Shaun O'Hara, Scott Pioli, and Marc Ross.

Rhett Lewis

Rhett Lewis is an NFL show host, as well as a reporter. He has been working for NFL Network and has been a part of different shows and events related to the NFL.

From 2001 to 2005, he was an Indiana University wide receiver. He worked as a sports reporter for WHDH in Boston, KLBK in Lubbock, Texas, and WVUE in New Orleans after receiving his degree from Indiana.

He began hosting NFL AM on NFL Network in 2014. In 2020, he departed the program to concentrate on other endeavors, such as his work as a college football analyst and his Sirius XM radio program.

LaDainian Tomlinson

LaDainian Tomlinson is an ex-professional American football player who played in the NFL as a running back and achieved great heights as a player.

He spent his playing career with two different clubs in San Diego Chargers as well as the New York Jets.

He was best known for his skills and running abilities. He was awarded Most Valuable Player in 2006, a 3-time First-team All-Pro, and a 5-time Pro Bowl selection.

Along with other few more records, including the single-season touchdown record, he has also won the NFL rushing title two times.

He has pursued a variety of endeavors since leaving the NFL, such as philanthropy and sports analysis.

Shaun O'Hara

Shau O'Hara is an ex-football player, who played in a center position for almost 11 seasons in the NFL. Having represented the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, he played for the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants in the National Football League.

After announcing his retirement in 2012, he went on to become an analyst for the National Football League as he worked for NFL Network as well as ESPN radio.

Shaun O'Hara's achievements as a player:

  • Super Bowl champion (XLII)
  • First-team All-Pro in 2008
  • Second-team All-Pro in 2008
  • 3× Pro Bowl from 2008 to 2010
  • First-team All-Big East in 1999

NFL Gameday Morning Cast

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NFL Gameday Morning cast includes Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin, Rachel Bonnetta, Cynthia Frelund, and Emmanuel Sanders.

Rich Eisen

Rich Eisen is a 54-year-old sports media personality who works as a host of NFL shows.

His professional career started off when he joined ESPN as a production assistant in 1993. He made a transition to the NFL Network in 2003, where he went on to excel as a host of NFL Network Pregame Show, half-time, and post-game shows.

Apart from his work in TV, he is equally popular for his radio show, "The Rich Eisen Show," which airs regularly on The Roku Channel.

Steve Mariucci

Steve Mariucci has a remarkable coaching and sports media career. He used to work as a head coach of the San Francisco 49ers and the Detroit Lions in the NFL.

He then moved into a sports media career after quitting his coaching career. He has also worked as a TV analyst and one of the NFL gameday commentators.

The NFL Network is one of the most reputed and big networks to which Mariucci has worked. He has provided analysis and commentary on football-related issues on NFL Network shows.

He has managed and looked after various clubs as a coach and head coach, like Northern Michigan, Cal State Fullerton, Louisville, Orlando Renegades, USC, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, and Detroit Lions.

Rachel Bonnetta

Rachel Bonnetta is a sports reporter as well as a TV host, she is based in Canada. She has previously worked for various companies including Fox Sports, and NFL Network, and has hosted many shows most popularly The Buzzer, Fox Bet Live, etc. 

In 2014, her career professional started after joining Fox Sports in the post of production assistant.

She then joined the NFL Network from Fox in 2018, where she hosted various shows. She has also worked as a reporter for preseason matches on NFL Network.

Cynthia Frelund

American television sports journalist and analyst Cynthia Frelund presently works as a sideline reporter for the Buffalo Bills of the NFL as well as for NFL Network, the league's broadcasting arm.

She used to work for the NFL's League Office and ESPN as a Predictive analytic expert. She spent over 4 years as a predictive analytics specialist at ESPN.

She left ESPN in August 2016 to pursue a job with NFL Network. She has held a variety of prominent roles at NFL Network, including regular appearances on NFL Fantasy Live as well as NFL GameDay Morning.

NFL Gameday Kickoff Crew

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NFL Gameday Kickoff crew includes MJ Acosta-Ruiz, Steve Mariucci, David Carr, Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Sr., Michael Robinson, Maurice Jones-Drew, and Mike Garafolo.

MJ Acosta-Ruiz

Marjorie Acosta-Ruiz is a reporter who works for the NFL Network and is one of the NFL gameday crews. She started as a cheerleader for the National Football League team Miami Dolphins in the 2012 and 2013 seasons.

She also worked for WPLG TV as a reporter and then went on to join Telemundo 20 after she graduated from her collegiate duty.

She joined the station in 2016 and covered the NFL's San Diego Chargers as a reporter at Telemundo 20 in San Diego.

In 2018, Acosta left San Diego's Telemundo 20 for NFL Network as a reporter for the Bay Area for the San Francisco 49ers as well as the Oakland Raiders.

Ruiz Acosta has now covered lots of NFL occasions like the Super Bowl, Pro Bowl as well as the NFL Draft. She also serves as one of the NFL gameday reporters.

Steve Mariucci

Stephen Ray Mariucci is a former football coach, who went on to look after NFL teams the San Francisco 49ers and the Detroit Lions as a head coach.

While he was the head coach of the 49ers in 1997, he guided his team to playoff appearances 4 times in 6 seasons he took charge, Together with a visit in 1997 to the NFC championship game.

Unfortunately, Steve's team failed to perform as per his liking and could not keep up to the required mark and was sacked after the 2002 season.

Steve Mariucci has coached a number of teams, they are:

  • Northern Michigan From 1978 to 1979 as a Running backs coach
  • Cal State Fullerton from 1980 to 1982 as a Quarterbacks coach
  • Louisville from 1983 to 1984 as a Wide receivers coach
  • Orlando Renegades in 1985 as a Wide receivers coach
  • USC in 1986 as a Wide receivers coach & special teams coach
  • California  from 1987 to 1989 as a Wide receivers coach & special teams coach
  • California from 1990 to 1991 as an Offensive coordinator
  • Green Bay Packers from 1992 to 1995 as a Quarterbacks coach
  • California in 1996 as a Head coach
  • San Francisco 49ers from 1997 to 2002 as a Head coach
  • Detroit Lions 2003 to 2005 as a Head coach

Apart from his career as a coach, he has also worked as one of the NFL gameday announcers. For the NFL Draft, Pro Bowl, Super Bowl, etc. he has provided with the coverage.

David Carr

David Carr is an ex-football player who played as a quarterback for 11 seasons in the NFL. He was selected by the Houston Texans in the NFL Draft in 2002.

Carr has played for a few different teams including:

  • Houston Texans from 2002 to 2006
  • Carolina Panthers in 2007
  • New York Giants from 2008 to 2009
  • San Francisco 49ers in 2010
  • New York Giants from 2011 to 2012

He had a second stint with the New York Giants in 2011 but was waived off by them and then Carr went on to make a crucial decision of taking retirement from football.

After retirement, he shifted his career to coaching as Bakersfield Christian Offensive coordinator.

In 2016, he joined NFL Network as an analyst for different shows like NFL Total Access.

Colleen Wolfe

Colleen Wolfe did her majored in communication from Drexel University. He is one of the crew of NFL Network, as she hosts good morning football on weekends as well as Thursday night football NFL gameday kickoff.

She had a passion for sports since she was a kid and always had a plan to work as a sports media personality which is why she studied communications and journalism.

This beautiful host Colleen Wolfe is married to John Gonzalez in 2011, who is a sports writer.

Having worked for many different media companies, she is a multi-talented person who also has good experience working as a production assistant, line producer, show producer, host, reporter, sports writer, analyst as well as an editor.

Steve Smith Sr.

Steve Smith Sr. is a former football player who played as a wide receiver for almost 16 seasons with the Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens.

Talking about his football playing career, he has played for two different teams Carolina Panthers from 2001 to 2013 and Baltimore Ravens from 2014 to 2016.

Steve's highlights and awards are:

  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year in 2005
  • 2× First-team All-Pro in 2001, and 2005
  • Second-team All-Pro in 2008
  • 5× Pro Bowls in 2001, 2005, 2006, 2008, and 2011
  • NFL receptions co-leader in 2005
  • NFL receiving yards leader in 2005
  • NFL receiving touchdowns co-leader in 2005
  • PFWA All-Rookie Team in 2001
  • Carolina Panthers Hall of Honor
  • First-team All-Mountain West in 1999
  • Second-team All-Mountain West in 2000

After his illustrated playing career came to an end, he then joined NFL Network as an analyst in shows like NFL Game day first as well as NFL Total Access in 2017.

He is also the host of Good Morning Football, weekend edition.