Daryl "Moose" Johnston joined the Guys from Radio Row at Super Bowl 52. "Moose" was afullback in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys. He played college football at Syracuse University. He currently works as an NFL analyst.
Also, Johnston has been a major contributor to many charities including the Special Olympics, Children's Cancer Fund, Cystic Fibrosis and Literacy Instruction For Texas (LIFT). He has also served as honorary chairman for MDA's "Aisles of Smiles" campaign, and for the American Cancer Society's Gunslingers' Ball. In 1999, Johnston's numerous community service activities led to his nomination for the prestigious "Whizzer White Humanitarian Award".
"Moose" joined the program Players Inc Radio when it moved to Fox Sports Radio. The program was sponsored by NFL Players Inc. Since 2013, Johnston has worked as a color commentator alongside Kenny Albert (and formerly Dick Stockton) on the third broadcast team of The NFL on Fox. Previously, Johnston was on the second broadcast team with Stockton from 2001-06 and Albert from 2007-13, before Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch were promoted from #4 to #2. He also worked with Tony "Goose" Siragusa, until Siragusa's firing from the network following the 2015 season. 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.