Jim Gray


Jim Gray has served as the host of the network’s Monday Night Football pre-game and halftime shows since 2001.

Gray also serves as a reporter for Westwood One’s coverage of the Final Four. A prominent network television reporter for over two decades, Gray currently covers boxing for Showtime, has been a contributor to the Golf Channel, and also has served as a courtside reporter for the NBA on CBS, NBC, ABC and most recently ESPN. Gray’s numerous credits include: ten Olympic Games, 25 Masters, 16 Super Bowls, seven World Series and 15 NBA Finals. Gray has won 11 Emmy Awards and also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Jim Gray's Posts

Larry Fitzgerald on a hard-fought road win

18 September 2017 No Comments
It wasn’t easy – and it took the first 10-minute overtime in NFL history – but the Arizona Cardinals evened their record at 1-1 on Sunday with a 16-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts. In his weekly conversation with Westwood One’s Jim Gray, Larry Fitzgerald talks about the win, the…
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Tom Brady ahead of the 2017 season opener

07 September 2017 Comments are off for this post.
Hard to believe it’s been seven months since the Patriots pulled off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, rallying from a 25-point deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.  In his first interview this season with Westwood One’s Jim Gray, Brady talks about that amazing game…
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Super Bowl LI Highlights: Patriots rally to defeat Falcons in OT

05 February 2017 Comments are off for this post.
HOUSTON, TX – The New England Patriots completed the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, rallying from a 28-3 deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in the first-ever Super Bowl to go to overtime. Tom Brady is the first quarterback in NFL history to win five Super Bowls. Kevin…
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