Two-Time Emmy Award Winner Jenn Brown Joins NFL Network, Will Host 'NFL Total Access' Starting Tonight

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July 25th, 2013

Jenn Brown

via press release:



Will Host ‘NFL Total Access’ Starting Tonight


Two-time Emmy Award-winning sports reporter Jenn Brown has joined NFL Network, it was announced today. Brown will host NFL Total Access throughout the year starting tonight, as well as serve a variety of other roles for the network.


Brown (@JennBrown) joins NFL Network after eight years at ESPN as a reporter and host. For the past three years, Brown served as the sideline reporter for ESPN’s Thursday Night Primetime college football game, as well as for ESPN and ABC’s college football coverage on Saturdays. Additionally, Brown served as a reporter for ESPN’s coverage of the NFL Draft, College World Series, National Signing Day, Summer and Winter X Games, and the Little League World Series. As a host at ESPN, Brown co-hosted ESPNU’s college football show RoadTrip.


Prior to joining ESPN, Brown served as the first female correspondent for Inside the NFL on Showtime in which she contributed special interest features on NFL players, as well reports from the Super Bowl and the International Game in London.


Brown graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida where she was a four-year member of the Gator softball team. After walking on the team as a freshman, Brown was a team captain her senior year and finished her career third on the all-time Florida career stolen bases list.


Brown currently resides in Los Angeles, California.





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