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Present television personalities on the ESPN network.

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 Boulding (2005–present): video game
  • Hubie Brown: (2005–present) tyNBA on ABC and NBA on ESPN
  • Lee Corso (1987–present): College GameDay (football)
  • 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
  • Desmond Howard (2005–present): College GameDay (football)
  • Andy Katz (2000–present): College Basketball on ESPN
  • Quint Kessenich (2005–present): lacrosse and ESPN College Football and College Basketball on ESPN
  • Mel Kiper, Jr. (1984–present): NFL Draft and scouting
  • 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,and College GameDay (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

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Anchors[edit]

  • John Anderson: 1999–present (SportsCenter)
  • Ashley Brewer: 2020-present

(SportsCenter, The Replay)

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  • Nicole Briscoe: 2008–present (SportsCenter host)
  • John Buccigross: 1996–present (Baseball Tonight, ESPNews, NHL2Night 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) and Tennis
  • 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 American football coverage)
  • Jen Lada: 2015–present (Sportscenter)
  • Steve Levy: 1993–present (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)
  • Prim Siripipat: 2011–present
  • Sage Steele: 2007–present (SportsCenter and ESPN First Take)
  • Hannah Storm: 2008–present (NBA Countdown, SportsCenter)

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 High Noon (TV Show) 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)
  • Mina Kimes: 2014–present (Around the Horn)
  • 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: 2007–2018 (co-host of SportsNation)
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Play-by-play[edit]

  • Mike Breen: 2003–present (NBA coverage)
  • Ian Darke: 2010–present (English Premier League, Major League Soccer, and World Cup coverage)
  • Terry Gannon: 1991–present (college basketball and American football coverage)
  • Paul Page: 1988–present (NHRA coverage)
  • Randy Pedersen: 2001–present (PBA Tour)
  • Dan Shulman: 1995–present (MLB, NBA and college basketball play-by-play announcer)
  • Joe Tessitore: 2003–present ( boxing and horse racing coverage)[1]
  • Martin Tyler: 2010–present (World Cup coverage)
  • Bob Wischusen: 2006–present (college football, college basketball, secondary host of NFL Live)

Reporters[edit]

Series
  • 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)
  • Jeff Darlington: 2016–present (SportsCenter NFL reporter)
  • Dan Graziano: 2011–present (NFL Live, SportsCenter, GetUp)
  • Tina Dixon: 2006–present (college football coverage)
  • 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)
  • Katie Nolan: 2017–Present (Sports? with Katie Nolan Podcast)
  • Wendi Nix: 2006–present (SportsCenter reporter, college football coverage)
  • Sal Paolantonio: 1995–present (SportsCenter reporter)
  • Tom Rinaldi: 2003–2020 (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: 1997–2020 (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]

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^'Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland kicked from Monday night football'.

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