Former Cleveland Brown Scott Fujita to join new FOX Sports 1 network

Former Browns and Saints linebacker Scott Fujita announced via twitter Monday that he would be joining the new FOX Sports 1 channel.

According to another tweet, Fujita will be appearing on the FOX Football Daily program, along with former NFL players Randy Moss, Brian Urlacher and Ronde Barber.

FOX Sports 1 is a new national 24-hour multi-sport cable channel being launched by FOX on August 17, 2013. According to the network, FOX Sports 1 will cover seven “pillar” sports: college basketball and football, MLB (in 2014), NASCAR, NFL (ancillary programs), soccer and UFC.

The network will use FOX Sports Live as it’s 24 hour sports news program. Think of it as FOX Sports’ version of ESPN’s Sports Center.

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  • Good job by Fujita; Fox Sports 1 will be a good place for him to start to learn the business. There should be no pressure, either, as the channel does not yet have have agreements with Time Warner, DirecTV or Dish Network.