NBC’s Al Michaels has pleaded to a lesser charge in his DUI case and will receive probation. In other news, former MLBer Gabe Kapler is joining Fox Sports 1, and former NFL WR Randy Moss could be heading there as well.
- Months after being arrested for DUI, NBC broadcaster Al Michaels has pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of reckless driving, TMZ.com reported Saturday. Michaels will receive 80 hours of community service and two years probation. (TMZ.com via Deadspin)
- Former MLB OF Gabe Kapler has joined Fox Sports 1 as an MLB analyst, the network announced Friday. Kapler, who retired in 2010, will contribute to the “Fox Sports Live” show — though it was not immediately clear whether he would appear during the show’s panel segments. (Fox Sports)
- Fox Sports 1 has a “tentative deal” with former NFL WR Randy Moss, according to NBC Sports’ Pro Football Talk. Though the deal is not yet official, Moss “is expected” to contribute to the new “Fox Football Daily” program. (Pro Football Talk)