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Sports Crush: Erin Coscarelli

Erin Coscarelli Hot Sexy Brunette NFL AM NFL Network bobbleheads Sports CrushWe’ve written a handful of ‘Sports Crush‘ posts since we launched America’s White Boy. We’ve spotlighted female MMA fighters, WWE Divas and female sports reporters like MLB Network’s Heidi Watney. We decided to profile another female on a league-owned network, NFL Network’s Erin Coscarelli.

She was recently hired at NFL Network and co-hosts NFL AM with Rhett Lewis. She previously worked at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.

During her first broadcast, she showed her toughness by taking a wiffle ball bat to her side and won me over further by admitting she loves the WWE, specifically the Undertaker. She seems like one of the guys on the set and knows her football. She’s also a great follow on Twitter.

We are crushing on Erin Coscarelli and once you look at our photo gallery, you will understand why.

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Matt Millen Is Taking His Job at NFL Network Seriously

Here’s Matt Millen taking his role on the NFL Network as serious as he did as the Lions GM.


Yes, he needed bib overalls and a tool belt to explain the Chicago Bears defense. I had to pause it and take a quick photo.

Review: The Class Of Football by Adam Shefter

NFL Hall of Fame speeches are great to listen to and everyone can take something from them. Former NFL Network, and currently ESPN football analyst, Adam Shefter knew this and he compiled a book of some of the best excerpts from speeches given in Canton, OH at the NFL Hall of Fame inductions throughout the years. Inductees always talk about the principles of life and lessons learned while playing the game and growing up within it. Check out the review of the book, “The Class of Football” edited by Adam Shefter, published by Harper Collins.

Listening to a Hall of Fame speech in any sport is great theater. They have spent hours, days, and weeks prepared his Hall of Fame speech and he knows that what he says at that podium will resonate with their fans. They talk about their mentors, their childhood, the history of the game, family, and teamwork. It’s as if each inductee has a checklist that every speech must have to ensure a great moment. They always dream of this very moment and is probably one of the first foe (nervousness) could get the very best of them. Continue reading