The lengthy list of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers working as network studio or game-day analysts is about to get longer.

Former Bucs general manager Mark Dominik is joining ESPN as an NFL front-office insider on several platforms, the network will announce today.

Dominik, who was fired by the Bucs in December after five years as GM, will debut on March 27 on ESPN’s NFL Insiders show. He also will contribute to NFL Live and SportsCenter, ESPN Radio and ESPN.com.

“I have spent more than 20 years working in NFL front offices and the exciting thing is that I can now share the inside thoughts of what happens when certain situations arise within an organization,’’ Dominik said. “I can explain to people how teams think.’’

Dominik, who signed a one-year contract with the network, joins an extensive group of Buccaneers alums in TV jobs, including coach Jon Gruden (ESPN), quarterback Trent Dilfer (ESPN), safety John Lynch (FOX), and coach Tony Dungy (NBC).

“A lot of people thought this might be a good decision for me in terms of career path,” Dominik said, “so I’m very excited about it.’’

As Tampa Bay’s general manager, Dominik was 28-52 with no playoff appearances and only one winning season. The Bucs were 11-21 the final two seasons with coach Greg Schiano, who also was fired.