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Steve Young says he will not work in the Monday Night Football booth

Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young has been mentioned as a potential replacement for Jon Gruden on Monday Night Football, but he says he’s not interested. Young, who works at ESPN in a studio role, says there have been talks from time to time about him working in the booth. But he says he isn’t [more]
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