Broadcasting seems to be the popular job for former players and coaches who no longer want to be a part of the daily grind. As soon as they retire, media companies begin throwing offers on the table, and it isn't long before you see them on your television set.
There are coaches in today's game that will eventually end up either calling games or breaking things down in a comfortable studio. However, not everybody can hold a job like this. You must have a great personality, high football intelligence and must bring something to the table that would make people want to pay attention.
Much like coaching, not everybody is cut out for the broadcasting business. But here are a few of the coaches that would make great broadcasters.