ABC’s Good Morning America host Robin Roberts was a guest on the ManningCast on ESPN for Week 13’s Monday Night Football game between Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints.

The trio of Roberts along with hosts of the show Peyton and Eli Manning burst into laughter after seeing a clip of Los Angeles Dodgers‘ play-by-play announcer Charley Steiner.


Steiner is known for his laugh on television when he hosted Sportscenter on ESPN. His reaction to Carl Lewis performing “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a New Jersey Nets game in 1993 is still loved by many.

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Steiner began working for ESPN in 1988, primarily as a SportsCenter anchor. He also performed those tasks as the network’s chief boxing analyst but quit the network in 2002.

He was the 17th sportscaster to be admitted to the National Radio Hall of Fame when he was inducted on November 9, 2013.

Along with Roberts, NFL legend Randy Moss and UFC President Dana White are also scheduled to appear on this week’s edition of the ManningCast. 

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Moss was part of the 2007 New England Patriots squad which was defeated in that year’s Super Bowl by Eli Manning’s New York Giants after going undefeated all the way to the Super Bowl XLII.

Dana White has been long-time friends with Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ QB Tom Brady and retired tight end, Rob Gronkowski and even recruited the two to Las Vegas Raiders when they both Intended to switch teams from New England Patriots in 2020. The duo ultimately decided to go and play for the Buccaneers.

The duo of former quarterbacks, Eli and Peyton, are in their second year of hosting the show on ESPN. They are slated to host three more regular season MNF games along with a Wild card game for the playoffs.