Matt Millen, a 12-year NFL linebacking veteran with the Oakland/L.A. Raiders (1980-88), the San Francisco 49ers (1989-90) and the Washington Redskins (1991), teams with veteran play-by-play man Dick Stockton for their first-ever year of Ravens' pre-season football.
Millen is also in his sixth season as an analyst for the NFL on FOX, alongside Stockton. Also in his fourth season as lead analyst for CBS Radio Sports' NFL coverage, Millen teams with Howard David on Monday night games, select playoff contests and the Super Bowl.
Prior to joining FOX Sports in 1994, Millen had two years of experience as an NFL analyst for CBS Sports, teamed with play-by-play announcer Tim Ryan. Millen's passion for football was immediately obvious, and as his on-air experience grew and his personality blossomed. He was quickly recognized as one of the NFL's top television analysts.
Millen's broadcasting work comes after the conclusion of a stellar NFL career during which he played on four Super Bowl championship teams: the Raiders (Super Bowls XV and XVIII); the 49ers (Super Bowl XXIV) and the Redskins (Super Bowl XXVI). The only player in NFL history to win four Super Bowls with three different teams, Millen retired after the 1991 season with Washington. Millen was the second draft pick of the Oakland Raiders in 1980 and started every game of his rookie season. In 1988, he led the Raiders in tackles (106) and made his first trip to the Pro Bowl. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1980 with a bachelor of science degree in marketing and finance. A three-year starter for the Nittany Lions football team, he was a first-team All-America selection as a junior.
In addition to his football interests, Millen is an avid antiques collector who restores eighteenth century furniture.
Born March 12, 1958, in Hokendauqua, Pa., Millen currently resides in Durham, Pa., with his wife Patricia and their four children.