Bob Moore, President of Sports USA, says the network has added NFL and TV Personality Fred Dryer to their expanding list of programming. In January 1969, Fred was selected in the first round by the New York Giants. After playing three seasons for New York, Fred was traded to the Los Angeles Rams where he attained “All-Pro” honors playing right defensive end. He retired from professional football in 1981.
After football, Fred decided to pursue his passion for acting and performing. In 1984 Fred landed the lead in the Stephen J. Cannell series “Hunter”. The show aired for seven seasons on NBC and elevated Fred to world-wide fame.
Fred Dryer couples his passion and knowledge for sports with his first person perspective of the business to bring listeners his unique take on the games, the players and the politics that make up the world of sports.
“Fred is a true NFL legend and major TV star, we are excited to add Fred’s show to our growing list of Digital Audio Programs,” said Moore.
“Sports USA is a true leader in Network Sports Radio. I’m looking forward to sharing the stage with legendary sports people like Joe Morgan, Leigh Steinberg and the rest of the Sports USA line-up,” said Dryer. “Their presence in the Digital Audio Broadcast space is great and they continue to produce current, fresh and informative programming.”