FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Fujita joins Fox Sports

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Super Bowl Champion and former New Orleans Saint, Scott Fujita announces he will join the Fox Sports 1 team, America’s new sports network that puts fans first. After attending Cal, Scott Fujita began his professional football career in Kansas City and played eleven seasons in the NFL for the Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Cleveland Browns. Bringing his talents, on and off the field, to the studio, Fujita will join Fox Football Daily (airing 6-7pm EST) as a weekly analyst and will also be contributing to other original programming in front of, and behind the camera. In addition to his television work, and due to his history in journalism as well as an insatiable appetite for education and current events, Fujita will be writing for FoxSports.com. Embracing every aspect of his new career, he intends to take the medium by storm with the same vigor and passion that made him a Super Bowl Champion. Fujita has served on the NFLPA Executive Committee as a Vice President since 2010. He also sits on the Board of Directors for Team Gleason (www.teamgleason.org), which seeks to improve the lives of patients living with ALS and ultimately find solutions to stop this debilitating disease.

Fox Sports 1 and Fujita are the perfect match. FS1 is excited to be the irreverent alternative to generic sports broadcasting and Fujita excels at thinking outside the box. From walking on to the football team at Berkeley, to his retirement announcement atop Peru’s Machu Picchu, he has always taken the road less traveled.

Filed in: Press Room • Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
 

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Scott Fujita

Scott Fujita was born in Ventura, California on April 28, 1979. He was a three-sport standout at Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard, CA before heading to the University of California, Berkeley, where he graduated with Honors in Political Science and earned a Masters degree in Education.

Fujita has played in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Cleveland Browns. Read more