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Antonio Pierce, a former New York Giants’ Super Bowl champion linebacker is a current NFL analyst for ESPN. The 2006 Pro Bowler appears on NFL Live, SportsCenter, ESPNEWS, and 1050 ESPN New York, and provides weekly analysis on ESPNNewYork.com, ESPN’s home for New York sports news and information. Pierce captained the Giants defense for five seasons, including 2007 when he helped anchor...
BRADY HOKE is a multiple-award winning football coach currently serving as the Head Coach for the University of Michigan Wolverines since 2011. In his inaugural season as Michigan’s head coach, Hoke amassed an impressive 11-2 record earning him the Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach of the Year award, as well as the David McClain Coach of the Year award, and becoming the first recipient of...
Brian Kelly built a fabled career of taking struggling teams and rebuilding them from the ground up into championship caliber powerhouses in a short time. Currently serving as the Head Football Coach at the University of Notre Dame, Kelly led the once struggling Fighting Irish to an undefeated 2012 season heading into the National BCS Championship game in only his third year. An avid student of...
Chris Mortensen, an award-winning journalist and one of the most respected and accomplished reporters covering the NFL, joined ESPN in 1991 and appears on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown and SportsCenter. He also has contributed to Outside the Lines and coverage of the NFL Draft.
If you were to ask CHUCK PAGANO what makes for a winning team in football, as in life, his answer would often be loyalty and relationships. Currently serving as the Head Coach for the Indianapolis Colts where he has faced both adversity and opportunity replacing Peyton Manning with the 2012 #1 pick Andrew Luck, Pagano built a strong resume having been the defensive coordinator for the Baltimore...
Desmond Howard joined ESPN in 2005 as a college football analyst. You can currently see him every Saturday on ESPN’s award winning show College Gameday. The 1991 Heisman Trophy winner and Super Bowl XXXI MVP joined the network a few years after his remarkable professional football career. Howard’s broadcast career began in 2003 at Fox Sports, for which he was a contributor to Best Damn Sports...
Marcellus Wiley is a sports broadcaster and radio host for ESPN and ESPN LA Radio. Wiley joined ESPN in 2007 as an in-studio NFL analyst. Since then, his duties at ESPN have expanded across all platforms. In January of 2011, Wiley was named co-host of "Max & Marcellus" on 710AM ESPN Radio in Los Angeles. In 2010, the animated and charismatic Wiley was named co-host of the hit show Winners...
"Two years ago, I was told I might never walk again,' Mark typed to his loyal followers on Twitter. "Just walked off the plane in Indy to play in the Super Bowl. Take that cancer!" One week later, Mark Herzlich found himself celebrating at midfield with his teammates as part of the 2011 Super Bowl champion New York Giants...
Former NFL All-Star Linebacker played 7 Seasons for the Buffalo Bills, and Baltimore Colts. After his playing career, Marty quickly transitioned to coaching and has won over 200 games in his 21 years as a head coach. Pro Football coaching career •21 Seasons as NFL Head Coach •.613 Lifetime Win-Loss Percentage ranks as one of the best...
Following the tumultuous departure of quarterback Michael Vick in 2007, the Atlanta Falcons faced the harsh reality of a difficult season that was only further marred by the sudden mid season departure of their Head Coach. With a 4-12 record, the franchise was in despair and a long battle to reestablish themselves as a competitive NFL team was certain...
In 2011 the Green Bay Packers won their 4th Super Bowl and 13th NFL title overall led by Head Coach Mike McCarthy, who in only in his 5th season is already viewed by many as the leading football mind of his generation...
After leading the University of Alabama Crimson Tide to victory in the 2013 BCS National Championship over the University of Notre Dame, Head Coach NICK SABAN cemented his status as one of the greatest coaches of all-time in any sport, not simply College Football. By winning three titles in four years, Saban has accomplished a feat that few thought possible in the current BCS Championship...
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ROBERT GRIFFIN III (nicknamed "RG3") is the starting Quarterback for the Washington Redskins and the 2011 Heisman Trophy Winner. Griffin became the first rookie quarterback to start the year as the "NFC Offensive Player of the Week." The #2 overall pick by the Washington Redskins in the 2012 draft, Griffin capped a very impressive college career both as a scholar and as an athlete by...
Todd McShay joined ESPN in 2006 as a football analyst, providing in-depth scouting information on college football players across the country, including the nation's top NFL Draft prospects. McShay is a year-round contributor across ESPN's multiple platforms, including SportsCenter, NFL Live, College Football Live, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine, ESPNU and ESPNEWS...
Tony Gonzalez's jersey already hangs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame after he became the first tight end to lead the NFL in receptions and soon enough, like his jersey, he will be enshrined...
Tony Romo's work ethic and humility have kept him grounded throughout his rise to stardom in one of sport's most distinguished positions, the quarterback of "America's Team": the Dallas Cowboys. Despite showing great athletic talent and having a stellar collegiate career, Tony came into the NFL undrafted as a backup quarterback. Making the most of the situation, Tony positioned himself to be...
Sometime during the morning of November 28, 2011, Ohio native Urban Meyer returned home. It was at that time when the 47-year-old Meyer, born in Toledo, raised in Ashtabula and with degrees from the University of Cincinnati and The Ohio State University, signed a six-year agreement to become the 24th head coach in the storied history of Ohio State football...
Seven-time Pro Bowler, and Hall of Famer, Warren Sapp is an NFL Analyst for the NFL NETWORK. The charismatic and loquacious Sapp is featured as a studio analyst on NFL Network's Game Day Morning and is regular contributor on NFL Total Access. One of the best defensive linemen in NFL history, Sapp has been intimidating opposing quarterbacks and lineman since the first time he put pads on...
NFL running back Warrick Dunn is truly one of the good guys in the world of sports. And in his revealing autobiography, “Running for My Life”, Dunn tells his incredibly moving, inspirational story of courage and determination in the face of devastating loss, a story that makes his achievements on the football field that much more amazing. Warrick Dunn and his five brothers and sisters all...
Nine-time Pro Bowl safety Brian Dawkins joined ESPN as a NFL studio analyst in September 2012. He appears on programs throughout the year such as SportsCenter, NFL Live, Audibles and NFL32. A 16-year NFL veteran who played for the Philadelphia Eagles (1996-2008) and Denver Broncos (2009-11), Dawkins was a member of the NFL’s 2000s All-Decade Team and the Eagles’ 75th Anniversary Team. His...
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