Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Fouts has been sacked by CBS.
Fouts is out as the colour analyst on the network’s No. 2 NFL broadcast team, according to numerous reports a week ago.
He served two stints at CBS, the first from 1988-93 and the latter starting in 2008. In recent years, he was paired with Ian Eagle.
Earlier in his career, Fouts served as an analyst on ABC’s Monday Night Football for two seasons (2000-01).
He has also worked as a college football game analyst during a television career that began after he retired as a player in 1987.
Fouts, who turns 69 in June, was a record-setter during his career with the then-San Diego Chargers (1973-87), particularly after offensive legend Don Coryell became head coach.
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