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Carmen Vitali, Ryan Hollins & Kerry Rhodes Join Fox Sports Radio Lineup

LOS ANGELES, May 16, 2024 FOX Sports Radio (FSR), a division of Premiere Sports Network providing 24/7 live programming, today announced the addition of FOX Sports NFL Analyst Carmen Vitali; 10-year NBA veteran and current Houston Rockets Color Commentator Ryan Hollins; and 8-year NFL veteran and All-Pro Safety Kerry Rhodes to FOX Sports Radio’s industry leading weekend lineup. Effective immediately, the trio joins FSR’s diverse weekend roster of sports entertainment personalities, former players and analysts dedicated to providing around-the-clock game-day coverage.  

Vitali joins FSR weekend personality and FOX Sports reporter Alex Curry as co-host of FOX Sports Saturday with Alex Curry & Carmen Vitali. Airing Saturdays from 4pm-6pm ET/1pm-3pm PT, the all-female-hosted program will deliver their unique combination of opinions and instant analysis on the games in play, breaking news and the biggest stories in sports, in addition to conversations with insiders and experts.  

Curry joined FSR last August to host a new weekend program with FSR anchor Monse Bolaños, who is now partnered with veteran weekend personality Steve Hartman in the 6pm-8pm ET/3pm-5pm PT timeslot on Saturdays. Each weekend, this non-stop program features highlights, unique opinions and instant analysis on the weekend in games. 

Hollins joins the network on Sundays in the 9am-12pm ET/6am-9am PT timeslot with FSR personality Mike Harmon. Hollins and Harmon will give fans their comprehensive game-day preview, including the best picks and odds prior to gametime. 

Rhodes partners with FSR’s Dan Beyer to host Sundays from 12pm-2pm ET/9am-11am PT. Each weekend, the duo will discuss the biggest matchups, and provide the latest injury updates, breaking news and highlights with banter from insiders and experts. 

With the addition of Hollins and Rhodes, FSR’s weekend lineup features a total of nine former professional athletes every weekend, including: LaVar Arrington, TJ Houshmandzadeh, Plaxico Burress, Geoff Schwartz, Bucky Brooks, Ephraim Salaam and Rich Ohrnberger

“Sports fans know that they can come to us live 24/7 for strong opinions, predictions and instant reaction to all of the drama taking place in the world of sports,” said Don Martin, Executive Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia Sports and Scott Shapiro, FOX Sports Radio Senior Vice President of Sports Programming, in a joint statement. “We are fired up that our lineup of personalities continues to get stronger and stronger. FOX Sports Radio is here to provide entertainment and companionships to sports fans all day, every day.” 

Below is FSR’s daily lineup: 


2am-5am ET/11am-2am PT The Bernie Fratto Show 

5am-9am ET/2am-6am PT The Fellas with Anthony Gargano & Jason Fitz                                                 

9am-12pm ET/6am-9am PT Brian Noe, 6-Year NFL Veteran Rich Ohrnberger & Jared Smith                                                           

12pm-2pm ET/9am-11am PT Up On Game with Pro Bowlers LaVar Arrington and TJ Houshmandzadeh and Super Bowl Champion Plaxico Burress                                                            

2pm-4pm ET/11am-1pm PT Jonas Knox                        

4pm-6pm ET/1pm-3pm PT Alex Curry & Carmen Vitali 

6pm-8pm ET/3pm-5pm PT Steve Hartman & Monse Bolaños                                                       

8pm-11pm ET/5pm-8pm PT Martin Weiss & Veejay Huskey

11pm-2am ET/8pm-11pm PT Aaron Torres & Jason Martin 


2am-6am ET/11pm-3am PT The Bernie Fratto Show 

6am-9am ET/3am-6am PT     Andy Furman and 5-Year NFL Cornerback Bucky Brooks   

9am-12pm ET/6am-9am PT    Mike Harmon & 10-Year NBA veteran Ryan Hollins                                                     

12pm-2pm ET/9am-11am PT   Dan Beyer & 8-year NFL Safety Kerry Rhodes 

2pm-5pm ET/11am-2pm PT   Steve Hartman & 6-Year NFL Veteran Rich Ohrnberger 

5pm-8pm ET/2pm-5pm PT   Brian Noe & 8-Year NFL Veteran Geoff Schwartz 

8pm-11pm ET/5pm-8pm PT    Mark Willard & NFC Champion Ephraim Salaam 

11pm-2am ET/8pm-11pm PT    Arnie Spanier & Chris Plank 

Monday through Friday: 

6am-9am ET/3am-6am PT Two Pros and a Cup of Joe with Brady Quinn, LaVar Arrington and Jonas Knox 

9am-12pm ET/6am-9am PT The Dan Patrick Show 

12pm-3pm ET/9am-12pm PT The Herd with Colin Cowherd 

3pm-5pm ET/12pm-2pm PT The Doug Gottlieb Show 

5pm-7pm ET/2pm-4pm PT Covino & Rich 

7pm-10pm ET/4pm-7pm PT The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker 

10pm-2am ET/7pm-11pm PT The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon 

2am-6am ET/11pm-3am PT The Ben Maller Show 

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About Carmen Vitali 

Carmen Vitali covers the NFC North for FOX Sports, providing insight and analysis on the league’s most historic division. Before joining FOX, Vitali spent six seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including 2020, which added the title of Super Bowl Champion (and boat-parade participant) to her resume. She regularly appears across all FOX Sports platforms, including the NFL on FOX Podcast and various FS1 programming. Fans can follow Vitali on X and Instagram at @CarmieV. 

About Ryan Hollins 

Ryan Hollins is a 10-year NBA veteran. Following his playing career, the former UCLA Bruin pursued a broadcasting career, working as a game analyst for CBS and a studio analyst for Los Angeles Clippers games. He also worked as an analyst for ESPN, appearing on various programs including SportsCenter and First Take, and has co-hosted The Opinionated 7-Footers podcast for the past year. He currently serves on the Houston Rockets' broadcasting team on Space City Home Network as a color commentator.  

About Kerry Rhodes  

Kerry Rhodes is a former professional football player who played 8 years in the NFL. He was drafted by the New York Jets in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL draft, and most recently played for the Arizona Cardinals in 2012. Rhodes was named to All-Pro teams by three publications after the 2006 NFL season. He played college football at Louisville and was inducted into the Kentucky chapter of National Football League Players Association Hall of Fame in 2011. In addition to his current work as a broadcaster, Rhodes is an actor, musician and producer.