Daryl Johnston – born 10 February 1966 – is a former National Football League fullback, and current NFL analyst, who played his entire career with the Dallas Cowboys from 1989 to 1999.
In 2003, Johnston joined the program Players Inc Radio when it moved to Fox Sports Radio. The program was sponsored by NFL Players Inc.
Today, Johnston works as a color commentator alongside Kenny Albert on the third broadcast team of The NFL on Fox. He also works with Tony “Goose” Siragusa. He was an analyst for the NFL Network’s “Total Access” until 2012.
Johnston also began calling the collegiate Cotton Bowl Classic game for Fox in 2009, first with Pat Summerall, and then eventually Kenny Albert. He also was a guest star of the PBS television series Wishbone in its episode “Moonbone”.
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