Charissa Thompson is expanding her presence in NFL media circles, and was announced on Tuesday as the new studio host of Amazon’s Thursday Night Football.

Thompson will join former NFL players Tony Gonzalez, Richard Sherman and Ryan Fitzpatrick as part of the coverage that will include Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit in the booth. Thompson will retain her FOX NFL Kickoff hosting duties each Sunday, where she previously worked alongside Gonzalez for 3 seasons, Prime Video announced in a release.

“We are excited to welcome Charissa to the TNF team,” said Jared Stacy, Prime Video’s director of Global Live Sports Production. “Her infectious enthusiasm, quick wit, and strong NFL credentials make her perfectly suited for this role. We look forward to seeing her elevate conversations and connecting with viewers every Thursday night.”

“I’m beyond thrilled to be joining Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football crew on the road each week this season,” said Thompson. “This is an exciting opportunity for me to expand my NFL responsibilities and I can’t wait to work with Ryan, Richard—whom I affectionately call ‘Sherm’ (12th Man respect)— and my old friend Tony Gonzalez.”