On Monday, ESPN announced that Peyton Manning and Eli Manning would be headlining a brand new ESPN telecast for Monday Night Football in a somewhat historic announcement. The former NFL quarterbacks– both of whom have won Super Bowls during their playing days– will be part of the new “Megacast” for at least the next three seasons.

Per the announcement:

“ESPN and The Walt Disney Company have reached an unprecedented partnership with Peyton Manning and his Omaha Productions company that will result in a first-of-its kind Monday Night Football MegaCast production, featuring both Peyton and Eli Manning.”

This is a huge deal, both for ESPN, the NFL and for the Mannings who will make their way to the broadcast booth. The broadcasts will air on ESPN2 and potentially ESPN+ as the company vultures more into the streaming surfaces and aims to provide fans with multiple viewing alternatives.

Peyton Manning himself gave a statement after his company agreed to the deal.

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“This partnership with ESPN and The Walt Disney Company reflects an ongoing, shared commitment to offering fans fun, innovative content. ESPN+ has been a terrific partner for Omaha Productions as we built out The Places franchise and we’re excited to co-create a new MegaCast format that will have something for everyone.”

This could potentially pave the way for other sports to follow the same model, although the NFL is clearly further ahead of the curve than the others. So, if you miss hearing Eli and Peyton speak, get ready for a lot of it during Monday Night Football this year. However, it will only be for 10 of the games for each of the next three seasons– for now, at least.