Former Coach Dan Reeves to host Talk Show

Former Denver Broncos head coach Dan reeves has signed with SIUS satellite radio to host a daily program on the networks NFL Radio

SIRIUS, the premium satellite radio provider known for delivering commercial-free music and sports programming to homes and cars across the country, announced that former NFL head coach Dan Reeves has signed on to host a daily morning talk show from 8 am to 10 am (ET) Monday through Friday on SIRIUS NFL Radio. SIRIUS NFL Radio will debut on August 2nd and is the first 24/7 channel devoted entirely to comprehensive coverage of pro football.

Reeves, who previously coached the Denver Broncos, New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons, joins SIRIUS NFL Radio's growing roster of NFL experts. His co-host will be former ESPN Radio host Chris Moore. Reeves will give fans an inside look at the NFL as he speaks to players and coaches, previews and reviews all of the weekly NFL action, and takes calls from listeners throughout the United States.

"Dan Reeves is one of the most respected men in football and will anchor our morning coverage with an insider's view second to none," said Jay Clark, Executive Vice President of Programming, SIRIUS. "Every team needs a coach, and we found ourselves a future Hall of Famer."

After a prominent career as a running back with the Dallas Cowboys, where he helped lead Tom Landry's team to a victory in Super Bowl VI, Reeves went on to coach the Broncos, leading the team to three AFC Championships and three Super Bowl appearances. Named the 1993 NFL Coach of the Year with the New York Giants, Reeves later guided the Atlanta Falcons to the 1998 NFC Championship and the only Super Bowl appearance in franchise history.

Other SIRIUS NFL Radio programs will be hosted by current and former NFL players and coaches. Throughout the NFL season, subscribers nationwide can tune in to their favorite game on SIRIUS NFL Sunday Drive. All SIRIUS NFL programming is included with every SIRIUS subscription at no extra charge. More details are available at

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