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In 1972, Rashād converted from Pentecostalism to a small reform sect of Islam called United Submitters International. They had two children, daughter Maiyisha (born in 1976) and son Ahmad Jr. Out of this marriage, he gained a stepson Billy Bowles (born 1973).Rashād has been married five times and divorced four. After a year of marriage, they had a daughter, Condola Phylea Rashād, named after his mother.Ahmad Rashād (born Robert Earl Moore; November 19, 1949) is an American sportscaster (mostly with NBC Sports) and former professional football player.He was the fourth overall selection of the 1972 NFL Draft, taken by the St. An All-American running back and wide receiver from Oregon, Rashād was converted back to wide receiver while with the Cardinals, where he played for two seasons.He played football for the Ducks under head coach Jerry Frei, was a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, and majored in elementary education at Oregon.but second-year head coach Bob Hollway was fired after a 4-9-1 season.The Vikings made it back to the Super Bowl that season, their last appearance through 2016.During his professional football career, Rashād caught 495 passes for 6,831 yards and 44 touchdowns, while also rushing for 52 yards.
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In 1988 he pinch hit for Robb Weller on the weekend edition of Entertainment Tonight (then known as Entertainment This Week).
He used to interview long-time friend Michael Jordan frequently while he was at NBC.
In early 2013, he became a panelist on the daily talk show Morning Drive on the Golf Channel, but left that summer.
Rashād has narrated the yearly highlight films for NBA championship teams since 2012. In 1976, he married his second wife, Matilda Johnson. In 1985, Rashād married Cosby Show actress Phylicia Ayers-Allen, to whom he proposed on national television during the pregame show of NBC's broadcast of the Thanksgiving Day football game between the Detroit Lions and the New York Jets. Unlike many actresses, she adopted her husband's surname, and has kept the name "Phylicia Rashād" as her professional one.