Cameron Wolfe added to NFL Network Staff

Cameron Wolfe (courtesy ESPN)

Veteran NFL Reporter to Contribute on NFL Network & NFL Digital Platforms

Veteran NFL reporter Cameron Wolfe has joined NFL Network, it was announced today.

Based in Florida, Wolfe will contribute reports and news as a national reporter on a variety of NFL Network programming such as NFL NowNFL Total Access and Good Morning Football, as well as provide content on the NFL’s digital platforms such as and the NFL app.

Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) joins NFL Network from ESPN where he covered the Miami Dolphins (2018-21) and Tennessee Titans (2017-18), as well as the sport of boxing. In his role with ESPN, Wolfe served as a reporter writing features, breaking news and adding analysis on ESPN’s TV and radio programs.

Prior to joining ESPN, Wolfe covered the Denver Broncos for two seasons for The Denver Post, the first of which culminated in the Broncos’ win in Super Bowl 50.

A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Wolfe graduated from the University of Houston in 2015 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, and currently lives in Miami with his wife Breanna and daughter Layla.


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