Brent Musburger to become new voice of Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders, reports say | NFL

Brent Musburger is getting again into the play-by-play enterprise with the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders, in keeping with a number of studies.

Musburger, 79, will exchange Greg Papa because the radio voice of the Raiders starting this season, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Tuesday. The Raiders are signing the broadcasting legend to a three-year contract that may prolong to the Raiders’ deliberate first season in Vegas in 2020 after their transfer from Oakland, the Assessment-Journal reported.

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The Assessment-Journal additionally reported that Musburger and the Raiders declined to remark for its report.

Musburger stepped down as an ESPN broadcaster in January 2017 to assist begin VSiN, a gambling-centric radio community primarily based in Las Vegas. He’ll proceed to be managing editor of VSiN and host of “My Guys within the Desert,” which airs weekdays, the Assessment-Journal reported. Musburger can also be a playing columnist for the Assessment-Journal.

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Papa started broadcasting Raiders video games in 1993.

The Twitter feed @FakeRudyMartzke first reported that Musburger can be becoming a member of the Raiders.

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