Mark Schlereth Interview: NFL analyst discusses the season, leaving ESPN, and loving people About Our Guest: He spent 16 years as an analyst with ESPN appearing on radio and TV. He won 3 Super Bowls as an offensive lineman playing with the Redskins from 1989-1994 and the Broncos from 95-2000. Now you can see him on FS1 throughout the week and NFL on Fox during Sundays as an in-game analyst. He was born in Alaska, played his college football at Idaho, he's got his own Stinkin' Good Green Chile Sauce, he's an actor, radio host in Denver and has his own podcast too. Topics Include: * The decision-making process behind leaving ESPN and joining Fox. * How a friend helped him get into the NFL and how he helped that friend stay in the NFL. * Seeing his Redskins teammates love each other and how it affected his faith. * Why he loves broadcasting games from the booth so much. * Why the offenses in the NFL are struggling so far. * Why offensive lineman should be considered skill players.