Looks like you're about to hear more from Brian Westbrook.

The former Eagles all-pro, who announced last month that he "was fired" from his role as an Eagles analyst on Comcast SportsNet's "Eagles Postgame Live" show, will join Devon Givens and Michael Bradley on The Fanatic's Pre-Game show each week, airing three hours before every Eagles game.

"I'm very excited to expand my role with The Fanatic," Westbrook said. "Working on the Pre-Game Show will allow me to talk to the most passionate fans in the country, hours before kickoff."

Westbrook has been a regular contributor to The Fanatic since 2008. In addition the station's pre-game show, Westbrook also appears on Mike Missanelli's show Fridays from 4-5 p.m.

Prior to being fired, Westbrook had been an analyst at CSN Philly since 2013. The former running back said he declined an offer from the network to host a 30-minute show on Thursdays.

Westbrook isn't the only former Eagles player getting more airtime on The Fanatic. Former offensive lineman and current NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger will join Anthony Gargano's morning show Mondays during the season to break down the Eagles game.

Other stations are also stacking their lineups with former Eagles players.

SportsRadio 94.1 WIP hired former Eagles offensive lineman Barrett Brooks at the start of the Eagles' preseason to contribute to the station's pre-game shows. Brooks is also set to appear on multiple CNS Philly shows throughout Eagles game days this season.

Joining Brooks on both WIP and CSN Philly is former Eagles linebacker Seth Joyner, who will contribute to multiple shows, including "Eagles Postgame Live" with returning co-hosts Michael Barkann, Ray Didinger, and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell.