Mike Reiss is an American sportscaster currently working at ESPN as a New England Patriots reporter. He joined the channel in September 2009. At the station, he reports on the Patriots for all ESPN platforms, regularly making television appearances on SportsCenter and also NFL Live with his signature work coming on ESPN.com’s NFL Nation Patriots blog. Later on, he moved to MetroWest Daily News in Framingham, where he worked for six years. After leaving the station, Mike moved to Boston Globe, where he had been working before making the move to ESPN.
Brad Sham (full name: Brad Michael Sham) is an American sportscaster who is known popularly as the Voice of the Dallas Cowboys. He currently works play-by-play announcer on the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network. He has worked at the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network since 1976. Brad joined the radio network as their color analyst alongside play-by-play man Verne Lundquist. He has also held the position of Sports Director at former Cowboys Radio Network flagship station 1080 AM KRLD between 1976 and 1981.
Willie McGinest (full name: William Lee McGinest Jr.) is a former American football linebacker player. He has played 15 seasons in the National Football League. He was later drafted by the New England Patriots fourth overall in the 1994 NFL Draft. This was after playing college football at USC Trojans where he wore the number 55. Willie was one of the cornerstones for New England’s success in winning the Super Bowl in 2001, 2003, and 2004.
DeAngelo Hall (full name: DeAngelo Eugene Hall) is a former American football defensive back player. He has played 14 seasons in the National Football League. Hall played college football for Virginia Tech and was later on drafted by the Atlanta Falcons eighth overall in the 2004 NFL Draft. He played half a season for the Oakland Raiders before being traded to the Washington Redskins in 2008, where he played until his retirement following the 2017 season. For most of his career as a football player, he was a cornerback before playing at free safety for his final few seasons.
Andrew Siciliano (full name: Andrew David Siciliano) is an American sports television anchor, reporter, and radio broadcaster. He works as the play-by-play voice announcer for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams. He is also the host of NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone, a football show that airs on DirecTV’s Red Zone Channel. Andrew has held that position as the show’s sole host since 2005. Additionally, he serves as a host for NFL Total Access on the NFL Network.
Spencer X (full name: Spencer Polaco) is an American Beatboxer most famous for his beatboxes, skits, and tutorials on TikTok. He first started beatboxing in high school where he taught himself how to do it by watching video tutorials from youtube Later on, he started his own One Minute Beatbox Tutorial series on YouTube in 2012. On both Youtube and Tiktok, he posts a mix of beatboxing covers, original songs, and collaborations as well as tutorials.
John Yang (full name: John Eric Yang) is an American news correspondent, and news commentator currently working at PBS NewsHour, an American evening television news program broadcast. He joined the news network in February 2016. Prior to joining PBS NewsHour, he was a Chicago-based correspondent for NBC News, reporting for NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Today, and MSNBC. Before he was transferred to NBC News’ Chicago bureau, he worked at the stations Washington bureau, where he still served as a news correspondent.
Jonathan Elias is an American-Award winning journalist currently working at WJLA-TV, an ABC-affiliated station in Arlington, Virginia. He serves as a news anchor as well as a news reporter. Jonathan has gained both local and international recognition for covering and reporting stories. Currently, he anchors WJLA’s 4 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm news and also the 10 pm news on WJLA 24/7.
Veronica Johnson is an Emmy Award-Winning Broadcast Meteorologist working at WJLA-TV, Washington. She serves as a meteorologist and also as a science and feature reporter. Veronica is the lead meteorologist for “Good Morning Washington” on WJLA-TV from Monday to Friday. She joined the news station in June 2016. At the station, she provides weather forecasting and lifestyle interviews for Good Morning Washington.
Michelle Marsh is an American Emmy Award-winning journalist working at WJLA-TV, an ABC-affiliated station in Arlington, Virginia. She serves as a news anchor and reporter. Michelle anchors the 4 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm newscasts for ABC7 and the 10 pm news on WJLA 24/7. She joined the news station in January 2016. Prior to joining the news station, she worked at WRAL-TV, a television station in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, where she served morning and noon news anchors.