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Former Toledo Rockets, Bengals, Browns “Baby Hawk” WR Andrew Hawkins joining NFL Media

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Multi-Platform Role on NFL Digital/Social Platforms & NFL Network​​


Former NFL wide receiver and captain Andrew Hawkins has joined NFL Media in a multi-platform role, it was announced today.

Beginning in July, Hawkins (@Hawk) will host a variety of content on NFL Media’s digital and social channels, including new show formats and other engaging VOD content.

The two-time Sports Emmy Award nominee will also appear as an analyst on various NFL Network shows such as NFL Total Access and Good Morning Football.

“Andrew has a unique ability to entertain and engage fans on a variety of platforms,” said Galen Gordon, NFL Network Vice President, Talent Management. “We are incredibly excited to have him join the NFL Media Group.”

Hawkins played six seasons in the NFL, three with the Cincinnati Bengals and three with the Cleveland Browns. An undrafted free agent out of the University of Toledo, Hawkins amassed a total of 2,419 receiving yards, 209 receptions and nine receiving touchdowns during his NFL playing career.

Prior to his NFL career, Hawkins played two seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes where he totaled 457 receiving yards and five touchdowns in back-to-back Grey Cup championship seasons.

While playing in the NFL, Hawkins earned a master’s degree from Columbia. Currently, Hawkins hosts The ThomaHawk Show podcast on Uninterrupted alongside former All-Pro offensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Joe Thomas.



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