Brady Poppinga

NFL Analyst, FOX Deportes

Super Bowl XLV champion Brady Poppinga joined the FOX Deportes family in 2013 for the network’s inaugural NFL season. He serves as analyst and lends his experience to call FOX Deportes’ full NFL schedule for the Spanish-language broadcast.

Super Bowl XLV champion Brady Poppinga joined the FOX Deportes family in 2013 for the network’s inaugural NFL season. He serves as analyst and lends his experience to call FOX Deportes’ full NFL schedule for the Spanish-language broadcast. Poppinga made history in 2014 alongside play-by-play commentator John Laguna by calling Super Bowl XLVIII, the first-ever Super Bowl aired in Spanish in the United States.

Poppinga began his football journey with Brigham Young University, then went on to play six years for the Green Bay Packers, including a Super Bowl XLV title in 2010. He joined the Packers in 2005, after he was selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft and quickly posted a team-high 22 special-teams tackles through the squad’s first 13 contests. Poppinga played one season with the St. Louis Rams and his final year in the league with the Dallas Cowboys. He also served as a missionary in Uruguay for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He and his wife live in California with their four children.