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Michael Irvin Gets National Radio Show

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Former National Football League Hall of Famer Michael Irvin is getting a national radio show. Beginning July 26, The Michael Irvin Show, with co-host Kevin Kiley, will debut Noon to 3 p.m. on WQAM-AM, Beasley Broadcast Group's Sports station in Miami.

The show, owned by Michael Irvin Media, will be offered to other radio stations.

This isn't Irvin's first time in radio. He did sports radio in Dallas in ESPN 103.3 KESN-AM in Dallas up until earlier this year when his contract expired. He also had a cable program, Fourth and Long, appeared in the movie The Longest Yard, and was a contestant on ABC's Dancing With the Stars.

The new radio show also represents a homecoming for Irvin, a Ft. Lauderdale native, who played for the University of Miami. He moved on to the Dallas Cowboys, where he won three Super Bowls.

Irvin and Kiley are long-time friends. Kiley was a football analyst for ESPN in the 80s and broadcast a number of Miami Hurricane games. As the lead broadcaster for TNT's NFL coverage, Kiley covered a number of Super Bowls.