Chris Myers – born 28 March 1959 – is an American sportscaster, currently working for FOX
Myers has been the studio host for NASCAR coverage on Fox since they began coverage in 2001. He’s also an announcer for NFL games, and a reporter for the NFL on Fox and Major League Baseball on Fox.
Myers was also a reporter for Bowl Championship Series coverage on Fox.
He currently resides in Hollywood, California with wife Sue and their son, Alex. In February 2012, Myers’ 19 year old son, Christopher, died in a car crash.
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