NFL jobs search: A guide to the job market
Posted On July 16, 2021
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Caption Here are the most popular NFL jobs: Reporter, producer, broadcaster, analyst, writer, and/or video coordinator.
Reporter The Associated Press Writer John Heftall, who plays for the Jacksonville Jaguars, is being interviewed for a new position.
(AP Photo/John Heftill) Reporter John Heftsall, a writer for the Indianapolis Colts, has been offered a new job with the Jacksonville Jacksonville Jaguars.
(Getty Images) Reporter Paul Morigi is being hired by the New York Jets to help develop the film department.
(Matt Dunham/Getty Images for NFL Films) Reporter Matt Dunham, who has been working on a documentary on the National Football League, has joined the Pittsburgh Steelers for a second season.
(Jeff Swensen/AP) Reporter James O’Brien is being offered a job as a sports writer.
(Bill Streicher/Associated Press) Reporter Joe Buscaglia is being asked to work as a producer and will be working for a sports network.
(Nick Wass/Associated Images for ESPN) Reporter Josh Eells is being paid to work on the network.
He also has been asked to produce and write for a cable network.
Reporter David Aldridge is being given the opportunity to work in a studio.
(Greg Bartram/AP Photo) Reporter Mike Garafolo is being brought aboard as a studio producer for ESPN.
(Mike Segar/Getty Press) Writer, producer and producer/singer Justin Bieber is being considered to join the Cleveland Browns.
(Michael Perez/Associated Statesman Journal via AP) Writer/producer/slinger David Bowie is being put forward to become the host of CBS’ “The Late Show.”
(John Raoux/Associated PRESS) Reporter, composer, producer/songwriter, and actor David Byrne is being evaluated to be the host and writer of CBS “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.”
(Kathy Willens/Associated News) Writer James Lipscomb has been put forward as the host/writer of “The Big Bang Theory.”
(Jeff Scheid/Associated Media) Reporter Sarah Hagerty has been placed on hiatus for three months.
She has been reassigned to a different position.
Reporter Jeff Scheid has been promoted to host the CBS show “The First Take.”
(Mark Lennihan/AP/NBC) Writer and producer Jamey Carroll has been elevated to host CBS “The Tonight Show.”
He is a co-host with Jay Leno and executive producer with Johnny Carson.
(Mick Mulvihill/NBC via CBS) Writer Kevin Murphy has been moved to host ABC’s “Nightline.”
He also hosts “Nightly Show” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
(ABC via CBS Television Studios) Reporter Dan Bernstein has been hired to write and produce “LIVE FROM THE TOP,” an NBC documentary series about a documentary team that investigates the top NFL coaching hires.
(NBC via NBC News) Reporter Dave Zirin has been brought onboard to host NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
He previously worked for CBS.
(ABC News via NBC) Reporter Jon Gruden is being sought to host ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” from now on.
(John Locher/AP via NBC Sports) Reporter Tom Wickersham has been chosen to host “SportsCenter” for ESPN in 2017.
He previously served as an anchor and producer for “Sportscenter.”
(AP via ESPN) Journalist Michael Schottey is being pursued by NBC to host a new sports podcast called “Pardon Me,” as well as a documentary series, “Pursuit of Honor.”
(NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) Journalists Matt Taibbi and Mike Pesca are being interviewed to be part of NBC’s upcoming “The Circus,” a documentary film.
(Tom Williams/Getty) Reporter Brian Bahr is being looked at to host Fox’s “Happening Now.”
He worked for Fox News in the 1990s and has been interviewed on Fox News shows for decades.
(Fox News via Fox News) Reporters Ryan Reilly and Mike Troncosky are being looked for as hosts of a new podcast called, “Reaction” (CBS Television Studios).
(CBS Broadcasting Company via Fox Broadcasting) Reporter Peter Schrager is being groomed for a job at ABC News.
He has worked for ABC News in recent years, including a six-year stint as an analyst.
(CBS News via ABC News) Correspondent John Heffernan has been appointed to work at NBC News.
(Associated Press via NBC Universal) Reporter David Duhaney is being eyed to host NFL game coverage for CBS Sports Network.
(ESPN via CBS Sports) News Anchor Jeff Zeleny is being