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Referee John Parry will trade in his stripes to join

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ESPN as an officiating analyst.The NFL announced in a tweet Monday that Parry is retiring after 19 seasons that included working three Super Bowls. ESPN then revealed that Parry will contribute to “Monday Night Football” and its studio shows.“MNF” producer Jay Rothman says Parry’s in-studio role “will be a first for ESPN’s NFL coverage. He will educate our commentators Christian Miller Jersey , staff, and, most importantly, millions of fans.”Parry was the head referee for this year’s Super Bowl, in which the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams.Before he became a full-time official Jordan Scarlett Jersey , Parry worked as a corporate pilot and a financial adviser. ESPN has previously used former officials Gerry Austin and Jeff Triplette as analysts. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Outside linebacker Derrick Morgan is expected to play in Tennessee’s season opener at Miami. The Titans‘ top two draft choices both are out due to injuries.Titans coach Mike Vrabel announced Friday that Morgan, entering his ninth NFL season, would have no injury designation on Sunday. That’s just three weeks after reportedly suffering a torn meniscus in his right knee in a preseason game against Tampa Bay on Aug. 18.“He’s a veteran, and he knows how to take care of his body David Montgomery Jersey ,” Vrabel said. “He knows how to recover. He understands that this game is a physical game and one that takes a toll on your body. But he also understands how to get back out there quickly. I really do appreciate his rehab and his efforts to come back what amounts to about 18 days.”Neither inside linebacker Rashaan Evans, who suffered a hamstring injury on the third day of training camp, nor outside linebacker Harold Landry, who injured his right ankle vs. Pittsburgh, practiced Friday.Also out are right tackle Jack Conklin Riley Ridley Jersey , who continues to work his way back from surgery in January to repair his left ACL, and backup safety Kendrick Lewis, who has not practiced since hurting his foot in the preseason against Tampa Bay. Conklin was just removed from the physically unable to perform list on Sept. 1.