Sal Paolantonio (Salvatore Anthony Nicholas Paolantonio) is an American Sports Reporter and Proffesor. As of now, he works as a Philadelphia-based bureau reporter for ESPN. He joined the station in 1995. Sal is also a regular contributor to Sunday NFL Countdown, SportsCenter, Monday Night Countdown, and NFL Live. Prior to that, he spent two years as a beat reporter and political reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Dan Graziano (Daniel Graziano) is a Veteran Sports Journalist. As of now, he works as ESPN NFL Insider, EAST blogger, and contributor. He joined the station in May 2008 and also provides live reports on Sunday NFL Countdown and Fantasy Football Now. Prior to ESPN, he spent two years as AOL Fanhouse Writer, Reporter, and columnist.
Randy Pedersen is an American Sports Journalist and former professional bowler. As of now, he works as a color analyst for Fox Sports’ coverage of the PBA Tour and FS1. Randy won 13PBA and is indicated in the Hall of Fame professional bowler. He joined FOX Sports in 2019. prior to that, he worked as an analyst for ESPN for more than ten years.
Tim Hasselbeck is an American Sports Journalist former American football quarterback. Currently, he works as an analyst for ESPN and also a fantasy football analyst and co-hosts Fantasy Football Now on ESPN2 and ESPN.com.Tim joined the station in August 2008.
Paul Carcaterra is an American Sportscaster. As of now, he works as a lacrosse game analyst and sideline reporter at ESPN since 2010. Paul is also ESPN’s college football sideline reporter. He is also an Inside Lacrosse Magazine contributor and president of No Limit Lacrosse. Prior to that, he worked as an analyst and website contributor at CBS SPorts for four years.
Andy North (Andrew Stewart North) is an American Journalist and professional golfer. As of now, he works as the lead on-course reporter for ESPN and ABC Sports and has also been the lead analyst on ESPN’s golf studio shows along with host Scott Van Pelt since 2003. Andy has won three wins on the PGA Tour and two in the US. Open. Additionally, he was in 1998 elected to the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.
Jeff Passan is an American Sportscaster and Author. As of now, he currently works as an MLB columnist and Insider at ESPN and ESPN.com since January 2019. Jeff is the co-author of “Death to the BCS” a Definitive Case Against the Bowl Championship Series and “The Arm” NYT bestseller. Prior to ESPN, he spent twelve years working for Yahoo Sports as the lead baseball columnist.
Tom McGinnis is an American sports Journalist. Currently, he is the radio voice of the Philadelphia at the sixers basketball on 97.3 ESPN. He joined the Sixers in Philadephia as an announcer in the summer of 1995. Moreover, he covered the Sixers game where they lost Portland on February 23 is their worst home setback this season in a 130-115. Prior to that, he covered ECHL hockey games.
Steve Lavin is an American Sports Journalist and Coach. As of now, he works as a Coach, Sports broadcaster, and College Basketball Analyst for Fox Sports and at the NCAA Turner. Steve joined Fox Sports in August 2015. Before that, he spent three years and nine months as the College Basketball Analyst for the Pac-12 Networks in San Fransisco.
Bruce Feldman is an American Journalist and Author. As of now, he serves as the National College Football Insider for The Athletic and also a sideline reporter for FOX College Football. Bruce provided coverage of the BIG NOON KICKOFF pregame show during the 2021 fall season. He joined the Athletic in May 2018. Before Fox Sports, Bruce spent two years working at CBSSports.com.