Brock Osweiler is returning to football, this time in the broadcast booth.

ESPN announced on Thursday it has signed Osweiler, the former Arizona State quarterback, to join its college football crew as a gameday analyst. Osweiler will replace Mike Golic Jr. and provide color commentary alongside play-by-play man Anish Shroff and sideline reporter Taylor McGregor.

“College football is so special, and there’s nothing like the pageantry and excitement that takes over the stadium on a fall Saturday,” Osweiler in a statement. “I can’t wait to be part of the team at ESPN and share the perspective and passion I have for the game I love. Since retiring, I’ve thought about football every day and I’m truly excited for this next chapter.”

Osweiler spent seven seasons in the NFL before retiring in 2019. He was a second-round pick with the Denver Broncos in 2012, where he spent the first five years of his professional career. He was part of the Broncos’ Super Bowl championship team in 2015.

At Arizona State, Osweiler became the first quarterback in program history to throw for more than 4,000 yards, finishing the 2011 season with 4,036 yards and 26 touchdowns. His yardage record still stands, as does his program record for completions in a single season His 63.2% completion rate was a program record at the time as well.