Very few people in the world know exactly what they want to be at the age of 13, much less make that dream into a reality, but that’s exactly what Erin Andrews did, as she’s become one of the most recognized and respected sports broadcasters in the industry.
As part of FOX Sports’ A Team, Andrews currently reports for “FOX NFL Sunday,” for sideline coverage and features, a show that records a staggering 56.4 million unique viewers, as well as reporting for “NFL Thursday Night Football.”
In addition to being a trailblazer in the sports world, Andrews also made a name for herself in entertainment as she co-hosted ABC’s long-running reality series, “Dancing with the Stars,” alongside Tom Bergeron for 11 seasons. Having a unique perspective on the competition, Erin was also a contestant in 2010, where she was paired with Maksim Chmerkovkiy and earned third place.
Andrews’ recently added “creator” to her long list of titles with the launch of her new women’s NFL apparel line, WEAR by Erin Andrews. The fashionable, comfortable, and subtle line, designed for women to wear anywhere and everywhere, has quickly garnered notable attention- becoming the best performing new women’s collection across Fanatics’ entire NFL portfolio. Due to the popularity of the line, Fanatics is doubling the assortment available to female fans across all 32 NFL teams for year two.
Recent notable appearances include her coverage of the 2018 NFC Championship Game, Super Bowl LI & Super Bowl XLVIII, the 2015 & 2014 World Series, the 2015 & 2014 MLB All-Star Games, and hosting FOX’s “Prime Time College Football Pregame Show.” Prior to her move to FOX, Andrews spent eight years at ESPN where she hosted the first hour of ESPN’s “College GameDay” on ESPNU and was a features reporter for the full three-hour program, congruently serving as a sideline reporter for NCAA football and basketball games.
Erin began her career with Fox Sports-Florida South as a freelance reporter and Tampa Bay Lightning reporter for the Sunshine Network. She joined ESPN in May 2004 as a reporter for the network’s National Hockey League coverage and quickly become a fan favorite, transitioning into college football and basketball.