Former Green Bay Packers linebacker Brady Poppinga is continuing to hone his craft as a football analyst and announcer by taking part in the eighth annual NFL Boot Camp: Broadcasting at NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey from June 16-19, the NFL announced on Wednesday.
Poppinga made broadcast history in doing color commentary for the first ever Spanish language broadcast of the Super Bowl in the United States for Fox Deportes this past February.
The linebacker that played for the Packers from 2005 to 2010 is one of 25 current and former NFL players taking part in the program.
The four-day program, directed by the NFL Player Engagement and NFL Broadcasting departments, covers a wide range of topics with on-air and production instructors from each of the NFL’s broadcast partners – CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, SiriusXM, and WestwoodOne Radio.
Sessions include hands-on work in areas such as tape study, editing, show preparation, radio production, studio preparation, production meetings, field reporting and game preparation. Each player will tape segments as a game analyst and as a field reporter and serve as a live guest host on SiriusXM NFL Radio.
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