Coldplay’s Chris Martin joins Dale Jackson and Ron Jaworski on NFL ‘Monday Night Football’

Cameron “Cameron” Hague, a member of the U.S. Army National Guard, was standing in for injured Eagles defensive end Derek Barnett at press conferences for Sunday’s nationally televised game against the Cowboys.

NFL player Michael Strahan, who will be hosting a new talk show next season, stood in for Dale Jackson, who is more comfortable behind the microphone.

Featuring Bill O’Reilly of Fox News as its host, the TNF broadcast also featured an interview with astronaut Ricky Arnold, a former Navy commander who flew into space in 2016. Arnold’s daughter, Asha, led the way in matching her father’s purple space suit.

Chris Martin from Coldplay who recently announced his split from Gwyneth Paltrow, briefly interviewed Arnold. He asked the astronaut how he experienced space after coming back home on Earth from space. Arnold’s response:

The one thing I would say about the feeling of space is how wonderful it is and how wonderful it is to share that with someone. It’s very humbling and it’s very freeing, but I will tell you that for my family, that was probably the hardest thing we’ve ever done for at least a year. Because no matter how much you did or how much you gave, it’s still a big call to say that you have to tell your wife, your wife has to hear that your child isn’t coming home that night.

Strahan, a former NFL Pro Bowl player, interviewed Ridley Nathaniel, the eldest son of Asha Arnold, on the sidelines of the game.

According to a tweet on Strahan’s official Twitter account, “His Kids rock.”

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