According to multiple reports, CBS is letting go of color commentator Dan Fouts, who has teamed with play-by-play man Ian Eagle for the last several seasons.

Fouts, 69, is a pro football Hall of Famer who put together a decorated 15-year career, all with the San Diego Chargers.

After retiring in 1987, Fouts first joined CBS as an analyst.

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In 2000, he joined ABC’s “Monday Night Football” booth alongside Al Michaels and Dennis Miller.

He called college games with Keith Jackson for a time and returned to CBS in 2008. 

Now he’s being replace by Charles Davis according to the New York Post. 

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