Ahead of the Green Bay Packers' preseason debut this week, the team announced that former Packers fullback John Kuhn will be moving to the broadcast booth as color analyst.
Kuhn, who played nine seasons in Green Bay, was a key member of teams that won Super Bowl XLV and five division titles. A York, Pennsylvania, native, Kuhn began his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005 and was claimed off waivers by Green Bay in 2007, where he went on to earn three Pro Bowl selections (2011, 2014-15). He finished his career playing two seasons (2016-17) with the New Orleans Saints, and officially retired as a Packer in 2019.
Throughout his playing career, Kuhn developed an interest in media and broadcasting and in 2019, he joined the Packers as a sports analyst, contributing content to the Packers digital, broadcast and game presentation department. Since 2019, he has also served as a sideline analyst for the Packers Radio Network and Packers TV Network.
Kuhn has also spent time guest-hosting and co-hosting a variety of radio and live sports programs, including co-hosting a weekday show on Packers Radio Network Milwaukee flagship station WRNW FM, 97.3 The Game.
Kuhn will team up with play-by-play announcer, Kevin Harlan, for preseason broadcasts, along with Lance Allan providing pregame and sideline reports.
The Green Bay Packers are partnered with 21 TV affiliates throughout Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alaska and Nebraska to bring TV programming to Packers fans.
The partnership includes the airing of Family Night, Packers preseason games and TV shows, including Packers Live and Total Packers with Matt LaFleur, as well as other programming. Fans can find their nearest affiliate station on the map at packers.com/video/tv-network. The Packers' preseason kicks off at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 12 against the San Francisco 49ers.