New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and former Carolina Panthers star Mike Tolbert are the latest stars to join NFL Network as the network has added its own show.
The network said Thursday that Manning and Tolbert, both former NFL players, will debut their first two seasons on the network on Sunday nights at 11 p.m.
ET, with a third season to be announced.
Tolbert, who played with Manning at the University of Southern California, has said he has no interest in playing for the 49ers, but he has said that if Manning is not the starter next season, he will pursue a career in broadcasting.
Manning has a deal with ESPN.
Manning’s contract with ESPN runs through 2020, with the 49er quarterback set to make $1.6 million in the first year.
Toland and Manning have been part of the NFL Network since 2012.
Tolbert played in eight games with the New York Jets in 2013 and 2014 before returning to the Panthers for three seasons.