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Jason La Canfora

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Jason La Canfora
Jason La Canfora.jpg
La Canfora in 2021
Born (1974-04-14) April 14, 1974 (age 47)
NationalityAmerican
OccupationSports reporter
Football commentator
Podcast host
Spouse(s)Lauren

Jason La Canfora (born April 14, 1974) is an American sports writer and television analyst. He joined NFL Network and NFL.com before the 2009 season and served as an NFL insider and reporter until 2012. La Canfora appeared on NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Morning, NFL GameDay Final, and Thursday Night Kickoff Presented by Sears. He also contributed stories and blogs to NFL.com. He replaced Adam Schefter, who left for ESPN.[1] Before joining NFL Network, he worked ten years for The Washington Post and covered the Washington Redskins for six years. Prior to the Post, he was the Detroit Red Wings beat writer for the Detroit Free Press. On June 1, 2012, La Canfora announced via Twitter that he would be leaving NFL Network on July 1, 2012, after his contract expires for CBS Sports, replacing Charley Casserly on The NFL Today pregame show on Sundays.[2] La Canfora currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife Lauren and three children.

Podcast

La Canfora co-hosted the B-More Opinionated podcast with Jerry Coleman. It "is a hyper-local production that aims to connect with not just sports fans in the Baltimore area, but also people of all walks of life ..."[3] The podcast went on hiatus beginning in April 2019. It was announced via the podcast's Twitter page on May 27, 2019 that the show would cease production, and the accompanying website (bmoshow.com) was shut down.[4]

References

  1. ^ Jason La Canfora joins NFL Network and NFL.com
  2. ^ Hiestand: Jason La Canfora supplants Charley Casserly at CBS
  3. ^ About Us, bmoshow.com
  4. ^ Opinionated, BMore (2019-05-27). "Pod is dead but spirit lives on. Join @JasonLaCanfora, Rocco, Uncle Tim (@tkathens) and more on annual O's minor league road trip June 12 @FrederickKeys 13 @BowieBaysox 14-15 @NorfolkTides 16 @shorebirds. Perhaps special appearance by @wareh0use @sportswcoleman @JBabsSportsChic". @BMOShowPod. Retrieved 2019-05-28.

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