•Strahan joins Fox studio show: Fox's "NFL Sunday” studio show is growing even more crowded with the addition of Michael Strahan, a former star New York Giants defensive end. Strahan, who signed a three-year contract for a reported $2.3 million annually, is expected to sit between Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson on Fox's studio set in Los Angeles. Also on the studio team are host Curt Menefee and Terry Bradshaw. During a conference call this week, Strahan showed he's not afraid to criticize his former Giants teammates. He said the team needs to unload unhappy tight end Jeremy Shockey, an Ada native. "I don't think you gain much by keeping a guy around,” he said. "Regardless of how well he plays for you, there's always that tension, and that's one thing you can't have if you're expected to go back and repeat.” •ESPN names anchor teams: ESPN has named its anchor teams for its new live morning "SportsCenter” broadcast, which will debut Aug. 11. 5-8 a.m.: Linda Cohn and Steve Berthiaume; 8-11 a.m., Hannah Storm and Josh Elliott; 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Chris McKendry and Robert Flores. •Short takes: The U.S. Olympic men's basketball team will be profiled in a five-part documentary series, "Road To Redemption,” on ESPN2. The series debuts at 6 p.m. Wednesday. ... The NFL Network will carry condensed versions of two classic Dallas Cowboys' playoff games tonight: the 1967 "Ice Bowl” against Green Bay at 7 and a 1992 game against San Francisco at 8:30 ... New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker will be interviewed Monday on Cox's "SportsNight Oklahoma,” 6:30 and 10 p.m.