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Present television personalities on the ESPN network.

Contents

1 Current ESPN personalities

1.1 Analysts 1.2 Anchors 1.3 Commentators 1.4 Play-by-play 1.5 Reporters

2 Past ESPN personalities 3 See also

Current ESPN personalities[edit] Analysts[edit]

Eric Allen (2002–present): NFL Live Teddy Atlas (1998–present): Friday Night Fights Jon Barry (2006–present): NBA on ESPN Jay Bilas (1995–present): College GameDay (basketball) and College Basketball on ESPN Todd Blackledge (2006–present): ESPN College Football Saturday Primetime Aaron Boone (2010–2017): Monday Night Baseball and Baseball Tonight Aaron Boulding (2005–present): video game Hubie Brown: (2005–present) NBA on ABC and NBA on ESPN Mack Brown (2015-present): ESPN College Football John Clayton (1995–present): Sunday NFL Countdown and NFL Live Lee Corso (1987–present): College GameDay (football) Mike Ditka (2004–2016): Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown Fran Fraschilla (2004–present): College Basketball on ESPN Rod Gilmore: ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime Mike Golic (1995–present): Golic and Wingo Hank Goldberg (1992–present): horse racing Scott Goodyear (2001–present): IndyCar Series Brian Griese: College Football on ABC and ESPN College Football Tim Hasselbeck (2008–present): NFL Live Kirk Herbstreit (1995–present): College GameDay (football) and Saturday Night Football Merril Hoge (1996–present): NFL Live and NFL Matchup Desmond Howard (2005–present): College GameDay (football) Brock Huard: ESPN College Football Ron Jaworski (1990–2017): Monday Night Football and NFL Matchup Andy Katz (2000–present): College Basketball on ESPN Quint Kessenich (2005–present): lacrosse Mel Kiper, Jr. (1984–present): NFL Draft and scouting John Kruk (2004–2016): Baseball Tonight Tim Kurkjian (1998–present): Baseball Tonight Tim Legler (2000–present): NBA on ESPN, NBA Shootaround and NBA Fastbreak Trevor Matich: ESPN College Football Mark May: ESPN College Football Lon McEachern (1994–present): poker Greg McElroy (2015-present): ESPN College Football Patrick McEnroe (1995–present): tennis Steve McManaman (2010–present): soccer Todd McShay: ESPN College Football and NFL Draft scouting Barry Melrose (1995-2008, 2009–present): NHL analysis on SportsCenter Chris Mortensen: Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown David Norrie: College Football on ABC and ESPN College Football Andy North (2004–present): golf Buster Olney (2003–present): Baseball Tonight Jesse Palmer: College Football on ABC and ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime David Pollack: ESPNU College Football Derek Rae (1994–present): Champions League coverage Jordan Rodgers (2016-present): ESPN College Football Jalen Rose (2007–present): NBA on ESPN Adam Schefter 2009–present: NFL programming Mark Schlereth (2002–present): NFL Live Chris Singleton: Baseball Tonight and Monday Night Baseball Michael Smith (2003–present): Around the Horn, NFL Live, and E:60 Matt Stinchcomb: ESPNU College Football Tommy Tuberville (2017-present): ESPN College Football Bob Valvano: ESPN College Basketball Jeff Van Gundy: NBA on ESPN Fernando Viña: Baseball Tonight Dick Vitale (1982–present): ESPN College Basketball Jay Walker: ESPNU College Football Andre Ware: ESPN College Football Jay Williams: ESPN College Basketball Damien Woody: (2011–present): NFL Live

Anchors[edit]

John Anderson: 1999–present (SportsCenter) Chris Berman: 1979–2016 (SportsCenter, MLB coverage, Sunday NFL Countdown, and NFL Primetime) Nicole Briscoe: 2008–present (SportsCenter and ESPNews NASCAR reporter and NASCAR Now host) John Buccigross: 1996–present (Baseball Tonight, ESPNews, NHL2Night and SportsCenter) Jonathan Coachman: 2008–2017 (ESPNews and SportsCenter) Linda Cohn: 1992–present (SportsCenter and X Center) Antonietta Collins: 2016–present (SportsCenter) Kevin Connors: 2008–present (ESPNews, College Football Live and NFL Live) Rece Davis: 1994–present (SportsCenter, College Football Live, College Gamenight and College Gameday) Elle Duncan: 2016–present (SportsCenter) Neil Everett: 2000–present (SportsCenter) Chris Fowler: 1986–present (College Gameday) Mike Greenberg: 1996–present (SportsCenter and Mike & Mike in the Morning) Jay Harris: 2003–present (ESPNews and SportsCenter) Mark Jones: 1990–present (college basketball, women's basketball and football coverage) Lisa Kerney: 2014–present (SportsCenter) Steve Levy: 1993–present (SportsCenter) Bob Ley: 1979–present (Outside the Lines and SportsCenter) Kenny Mayne: 1994–present (Sunday NFL Countdown, SportsCenter, and horse racing coverage) Chris McKendry: 1996–present (SportsCenter and ESPNews) Sarina Morales: 2015–present (SportsCenter) Karl Ravech: 1993–present (Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter) Tony Reali: 2000–present (Pardon the Interruption and host of Around the Horn) Dianna Russini: 2015–present (SportsCenter) Dan Shulman: 1995–present (MLB, NBA and college basketball play-by-play announcer) Prim Siripipat: 2011–present Sage Steele: 2007–present (SportsCenter and ESPN First Take) Hannah Storm: 2008–present (NBA Countdown, SportsCenter) Adnan Virk: 2010–present

Commentators[edit]

J.A. Adande: 2003–present (Around the Horn) Jim Armstrong: 2004–present (Around the Horn) Michelle Beadle: 2009-2012 and 2014–present (co-host of SportsNation) Kevin Blackistone: 2003–present (Around the Horn) Bomani Jones: 2014–present (co-host of Highly Questionable) Norman Chad: 2003–present (World Series of Poker) Tim Cowlishaw: 2002–present (Around the Horn and NASCAR Now) Israel Gutierrez: 2008–present (Around the Horn and First Take) Max Kellerman: (co-host of SportsNation) Tony Kornheiser: 1997–present (co-host of Pardon the Interruption, and formerly Monday Night Football) Jackie MacMullan: 2003–present (Around the Horn) Woody Paige: 2003–present (Around the Horn, Cold Pizza and 1st and 10) Bill Plaschke: 2003–present (Around the Horn) Bob Ryan: 1993–present (The Sports Reporters and Around the Horn) Stephen A. Smith: 2003–present (ESPN First Take), (NBA Shootaround and formerly (Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith) Sarah Spain: 2016–present (Around the Horn) Michael Wilbon: 2001–present (co-host of Pardon the Interruption, and ESPN on ABC's NBA Countdown) Marcellus Wiley: 2007–present (co-host of SportsNation)

Play-by-play[edit]

Allen Bestwick: (2007–2014) NASCAR coverage (2014–2017) College Football coverage/IndyCar Series coverage Mike Breen: 2003–present (NBA coverage) Ian Darke: 2010–present (English Premier League, Major League Soccer, and World Cup soccer coverage) Terry Gannon: 1991–present (college basketball and football coverage) Dave O'Brien: 2000–present (Major League Soccer, World Cup soccer, college basketball, football and MLB coverage) Paul Page: 1988–present (NHRA coverage) Mike Patrick: 1982–2018 (college basketball, baseball, and football coverage) Randy Pedersen: 2001–present (PBA Tour) Joe Tessitore: 2003–present (boxing, Friday college football, and horse racing coverage) Martin Tyler: 2010–present (World Cup soccer coverage) Bob Wischusen: 2006–present (college football, college basketball, secondary host of NFL Live)

Reporters[edit]

Shaun Assael: 2003–present (Outside the Lines reporter, E:60 reporter) Bonnie Bernstein: 1995–1998, 2006–present (SportsCenter correspondent, Wednesday Night Baseball, College Football, NFL, substitute host for NFL Live and Jim Rome is Burning, co-host The Michael Kay Show on 1050 ESPN Radio, New York) Georgie Bingham 2007–present (co-host of SportsCenter for ESPN non-domestic market and Soccernet SportsCenter) Chris Connelly: 2001–present (SportsCenter reporter) Tina Dixon: 2006–present (college football coverage) Danny Dyer: 2007–2009(SportsCenter correspondent) Jeannine Edwards: 1995–present (primary horse racing reporter) Gary Gerould 1980–present (NHRA coverage) Pedro Gomez: 2003–present (SportsCenter reporter) Bob Holtzman: 2000–present (SportsCenter reporter) Suzy Kolber: 1993–1996 and 1999–present (Monday Night Football and SportsCenter) Mike Massaro: 2004–present (NASCAR coverage and NASCAR Now host) Wendi Nix: 2006–present (SportsCenter reporter, college football coverage) Sal Paolantonio: 1995–present (SportsCenter reporter) Tom Rinaldi: 2003–present (SportsCenter reporter) Holly Rowe: 1998–present (college football sideline reporter, women's college basketball play-by-play) Lisa Salters: 2000–present (SportsCenter reporter, Monday Night Football sideline reporter) Jeremy Schaap: 1996–present (Outside the Lines host; SportsCenter and E:60 reporter) Shelley Smith: 1997–present (SportsCenter reporter) Tommy Smyth: 1993–present (Champions League and Major League Soccer coverage) Sarah Spain: 2014–present (SportsCenter reporter) Michele Steele: 2011–present (SportsCenter reporter) Marc Stein: 2002–present (NBA Fastbreak) Rick Sutcliffe: 2002–present (MLB coverage) Gary Thorne: 1992–present (play-by-play announcer for various events) Scott Van Pelt: 2001–present (SportsCenter and golf coverage) Stan Verrett: 2000–present (SportsCenter) Pam Ward: 1996–present (college football and women's basketball coverage) Michael Wilbon: 2001–present (co-host of Pardon the Interruption)) Trey Wingo: 1997–present (SportsCenter and NFL Live) Gene Wojciechowski: 1992–present (ESPN.COM) Darren Woodson: 2005–present (NFL Live) Eric Wynalda: 2003–present (MLS and World Cup)

Past ESPN personalities[edit] Main article: List of past ESPN personalities See also[edit]

List of ESPNews personalities List of ESPNU personalities List of ESPN Radio personalities

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ESPN Inc.

Executives

George Bodenheimer Edwin Durso Chuck Pagano Norby Williamson James Pitaro

U.S. networks

Linear TV

ESPN ESPN2 ESPNews Classic ESPNU Deportes Longhorn Network SEC Network

Part-time/Digital

ACC Network Extra ESPN on ABC ESPN3 College Extra Goal Line

Radio

ESPN Radio

Deportes

Xtra

International

Brasil

ESPN ESPN Brasil ESPN + ESPN Extra

Caribbean

ESPN ESPN 2

Indian subcontinent

Sony ESPN

Japan

J Sports

Latin America

ESPN ESPN 2 ESPN 3 ESPN + ESPN Extra

Oceania

ESPN ESPN 2

Philippines

ESPN 5

Sub-Saharan Africa

ESPN

UK and Ireland

BT Sport ESPN

Co-owned Canadian sports networks

TSN

1 2 3 4 5

RDS RDS2 RDS Info ESPN Classic Canada

Ventures

ESPN+ ESPN.com ESPN Deportes.com ESPN Broadband ESPN Events ESPN Films ESPN The Magazine ESPN Deportes La Revista ESPN Books ESPY Awards ESPN Integration WatchESPN

Defunct ventures

ESPN West Arena Football League (minority stake, 2006–2009) ESPN Star Sports (equity stake, 1994–2013) ESPN 3D (2010–2013) ESPN America (2002–2013) ESPN Classic (UK) (2006–2013) ESPN MVP (2005–2006) Grantland (2011–2015) ESPN GamePlan (1992–2015) ESPN Full Court (2007–2015) ESPN PPV (1999–2015) ESPN HS (1997–2012)

Sports broadcasting rights

ESPN College Football High School Showcase ESPN Major League Baseball ESPN College Basketball MLS Soccer Sunday Monday Night Football CFL on TSN NBA on ESPN WNBA on ESPN List of ESPN sports properties

Other properties

ESPNcricinfo FCS Kickoff FiveThirtyEight Jayski's Silly Season Site ESPN FC ESPNscrum Scouts Inc. TrueHoop The Undefeated

Notable personalities

Current personalities Former personalities ESPNews personalities ESPNU personalities ESPN Radio personalities

Miscellaneous

History Criticism This is SportsCenter ESPN Zone ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

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