Former Dallas Cowboy will be an analyst

Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin is joining NFL Network.

The former Dallas Cowboy will be an analyst on the cabler’s Sunday programs “NFL GameDay Morning” and “NFL GameDay Highlights,” which air immediately before and after the day’s matchups.

Irvin, a five-time Pro Bowl player and three-time Super Bowl champion, served as an analyst for ESPN for four years and was host of Spike network’s reality skein “4th and Long,” which aired earlier this year.

“NFL GameDay Morning” has been extended to four hours for the upcoming season that begins Sept. 13.

Irvin, who played 10 seasons with the Cowboys and will be a participant on the next cycle of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” will join Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders, Warren Sapp and Steve Mariucci in the studio.

Also, NFL Network announced Stacey Dales will be the new co-host of “NFL GameDay Morning,” along with Spero Dedes. Dales comes from ESPN and ABC, where she covered college football and basketball and the NBA.

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