The Friday Five: Andrea Kremer

The Friday Five: Andrea Kremer
Sports media legend Andrea Kremer, who calls Thursday Night Football games for Amazon Prime, was the 2018 recipient of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award. Kremer can also be seen on HBO’s Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel and CBS Sports Network’s We Need to Talk.   We caught up with Kremer […]

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The Friday Five: Jay Glazer

The Friday Five: Jay Glazer
Few NFL insiders are as well connected as Jay Glazer. In addition to his role with Fox Sports, Glazer trains many NFL players in mixed martial arts during the offseason. That’s just one of the reasons why players trust and confide in him.   We caught up with Glazer for this week’s “Friday Five” … […]

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The Friday Five: Troy Aikman

The Friday Five: Troy Aikman
Troy Aikman won three Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys and earned a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He just finished his 20th season with Fox Sports. At the end of the 2021 season, he will work his seventh Super Bowl as an analyst.   We caught up with Aikman for this […]

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The Friday Five: Amy Trask

The Friday Five: Amy Trask
Amy Trask began her Raiders career as an intern in 1983 and eventually became one of the most prominent women in professional sports. Al Davis named her CEO of the Raiders in 1997, a position she held until 2013. Trask, author of You Negotiate Like a Girl, made a seamless transition to the media world. […]

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The Friday Five: Albert Breer

The Friday Five: Albert Breer
Few NFL Insiders are as tuned in to what’s happening around the league than Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated and The MMQB. He’s got nearly half a million Twitter followers, all of whom consider his Monday Morning Quarterback column appointment reading. We caught up with Breer for this week’s “Friday Five” … 1. Who is […]

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The Friday Five: Chris Canty

The Friday Five: Chris Canty
Chris Canty was one of five front-seven defensive players drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 2005 (more on that below). Six years later, he was a key member of the New York Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI-winning team. Since retiring after the 2015 season, Canty has joined the media ranks. He co-hosts the “DiPietro, Canty & […]

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The Friday Five: Bobby Carpenter

The Friday Five: Bobby Carpenter
Like most in the sports media business, the pandemic meant that Bobby Carpenter traveled much less than usual during the 2020 football season. “Spent more time with the family, which was a positive,” said the 7-year NFL veteran and current college football analyst with ESPN. Carpenter, who has three sons aged 4 through 11, used […]

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