Former All-Pro defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, 14-year veteran quarterback Chase Daniel, former Stanford head coach David Shaw, former head coach and long-time assistant coach Leslie Frazier, former offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton, and Super Bowl champion running back Robert Turbin have joined NFL Network as analysts.
All six will appear on a variety of NFL Network studio shows, as well as the network's coverage of the Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine and NFL Draft.
McCoy (@geraldini93 on Twitter and Instagram) will appear regularly on NFL Network's NFL GameDay Morning Sundays at 9:00 AM ET. McCoy was the third overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and played 11 seasons in the NFL. After nine seasons with the Buccaneers, the six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle spent one season each with the Carolina Panthers and Las Vegas Raiders before announcing his retirement in April 2023.
Daniel (@ChaseDaniel on Twitter and @chase_daniel on Instagram) will appear on NFL Total Access on Fridays at 7:00 PM ET, joining host Mike Yam and analyst Brian Baldinger. Last year, Daniel served as a guest analyst on NFL Network's NFL GameDay Final following the conclusion of Monday Night Football. A two-time Heisman Trophy finalist and the University of Missouri's all-time total yards leader, Daniel played 14 seasons in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Los Angeles Chargers.
Shaw (@CoachDavidShaw on Twitter) will appear on various NFL Network studio shows, including NFL GameDay Live which airs Sunday at 1:00 PM ET and provides in-progress highlights and analysis. Shaw joined NFL Network's live coverage of the NFL Draft for 10 years. A former wide receiver at Stanford University, Shaw became the head coach at his alma mater in 2011. During his 12 seasons coaching the Cardinal, his teams won two Rose Bowls and Shaw became the all-time wins leader in the history of the program.
Frazier will appear on various NFL Network studio shows, including NFL GameDay Live. A former Super Bowl champion cornerback for the Chicago Bears, Frazier brings over 30 years of coaching experience to his new role with NFL Network. Throughout his NFL coaching career, Frazier served as a head coach (Minnesota Vikings), defensive coordinator (Buffalo Bills, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Minnesota Vikings and Cincinnati Bengals) and defensive backs coach (Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles).
Hamilton (@CoachPepHam on Twitter) will appear on various NFL Network studio shows, including NFL GameDay Live. Hamilton's coaching career spans more than 20 years across the NFL, collegiate and XFL levels. His NFL coaching career began in 2003 as offensive quality control coach with the New York Jets and included roles as offensive coordinator (Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts), quarterbacks coach (Houston Texans, Los Angeles Chargers, Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers and New York Jets) and wide receivers coach (New York Jets).
Turbin (@RobertJTurbin on Twitter and Instagram) will appear on various NFL Network studio shows during the season and contribute to the network's coverage leading up to the NFL Draft. Turbin was a fourth-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in the 2012 NFL Draft from Utah State and played eight seasons in the NFL. After spending the 2015 season with the Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys, Turbin signed with the Indianapolis Colts in 2016 and played three seasons with them before returning to the Seahawks in 2019.