She’s leaving one NFL broadcasting team at Fox for another
Erin Andrews, one of the prominent female NFL sideline reporters, has apparently switched her teams and is moving from her NFL broadcasting team at Fox to another one. Considering the coverage this action got, it seems that this was quite a big deal though we don’t really see why. This was almost as if Harry Reid was switch his teams.
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Well, the truth still remains that most of us would not even care which team she stays on because there is little interest piqued by sideline reporters. To be honest, we don’t even remember the last time we got something interesting or useful from any one of the female sideline reporters. Whatever their questions are, their answers always seem to be very predictable. This can be changed if the NFL decides to look at their rules and regulations one more time and consider revising them. Things can be made quite interesting with the sideline reporters if they are given the permission to report what they overhear on the sideline.
Erin Andrews interviewed pitcher Adam Wainwright at the MLB All-Star Game where he revealed that he had deliberately set up a “couple of pipe shots” for Derek Jeter. These mere comments were enough to take Twitter by a storm and this gave Andrews an opportunity to pursue the ethics of helping an opponent. After Wainwright backed off his statements, she thanked him “for clearing that up.”