Booger McFarland is returning to the Monday Night Football broadcast team, but he’ll be leaving the “Booger Mobile” behind.The former Bucs defensive tackle and two-time Super Bowl champion will continue to serve as an analyst but will move from field level to join play-by-play voice Joe Tessitore in the booth, ESPN announced Wednesday. They will be joined on the broadcast by officiating analyst John Parry and sideline reporter Lisa Salters.Jason Witten, who served as an analyst last season, ended his retirement to return to the Dallas Cowboys, where he played tight end from 2003-17.“Booger’s insight, personality and passion for the game make him the right person for the job,” ESPN executive vice president Stephanie Druley said in a statement. “He and Joe have been close friends since they helped ESPN launch the SEC Network five years ago. Their chemistry together in the booth — and with Lisa — will give us a team that fans want to spend Monday nights with this fall.”ESPN has scrapped plans for the “Booger Mobile,” the mobile crane from atop which former MacFarland watched games and delivered his analysis last season. It drew criticism from paying fans who couldn’t see the field . Weather prevented ESPN from using the vehicle for last season’s final regular-season game, and the network decided to keep it parked for the playoffs and the Pro Bowl.“I’m so excited to continue to be part of Monday Night Football, especially with the opportunity to be in the booth for the 50th season, working with true professionals and friends like Joe and Lisa,” McFarland said in a statement. “We have a great slate of games, and I look forward to starting our journey in Louisiana, where I was born and raised.”The MNF season gets underway with the Texans and Saints Sept. 9 in New Orleans.