ESPN is making some changes to their Monday Night Football lineup. Two of their NFL announcers, Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland, have been let go.

That means that there are two open positions for the NFL broadcast. However, according to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, there are already a few frontrunners.

There are quite a few people that could fill the two roles. Those names include Steve Levy, Dan Orlovsky, Louis Riddick, Brian Griese, Kurt Warner, Nate Burleson, Chris Fowler and Krik Herbstreit.

All of those names have a lot of potential for Monday Night Football. Levy has been a well-respected broadcaster for years now. Meanwhile, Orlovsky and Riddick have been extremely popular lately, as well as Griese and Warner.

Meanwhile, Bursleson is a fan favorite whenever he's on a show.

Fowler and Herbstreit, on the other hand, seems like an odd pair though, mainly because they are already ESPN's College team.

So the question would have to be asked: would that mean they would be relieved of those duties? The answer would probably be yes.

That seems like a risky move though. Fowler and Herbstreit are great in their gigs for College Football. For the most part, they are very well liked, too.

What if things don't work out for them on Monday Night Football? Then ESPN might need to find a new team and bounce their new College Football duo for Herbstreit and Fowler again. It just seems like a sticky situation.

That being said, there is potential with everyone in that list. There is reason for ESPN to be excited about their future.