Mark Malone

Mark Malone is an analyst for Westwood One’s Sunday afternoon NFL coverage and has worked six consecutive Super Bowls for the network.

In addition to his NFL duties, Malone currently co-hosts Under Center with McNabb & Malone, partnering with former quarterback Donovan McNabb, on NBC Sports Radio, which is distributed by Westwood One. Prior to joining Westwood One, he served as Sports Director for WBBM-TV in Chicago, where he garnered four Emmys for his work. Malone is most well-known for the decade he spent with ESPN, where he hosted many NFL shows including NFL Tonight, Edge NFL Match-up and Monday Night Countdown.

An All-American quarterback at Arizona State and first-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Malone played for 10 years in the NFL, quarterbacking the Steelers to the 1984 AFC Championship Game.

Mark Malone's Posts

Postgame Interviews: Week 12

11/25/2014
After the games, we talk to guys who got it done. When you want to get it done, turn to Grainger -- the one-stop shop for the ones who never stop. Grainger... for the ones who get it done. After...
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MNF Highlights: Ravens 34 – Saints 27

11/25/2014
NEW ORLEANS, LA - Justin Forsett had a career night with 182 yards rushing and a pair of touchdowns as the Baltimore Ravens kept pace in the crowded AFC North with a 34-27 win over the New Orleans...
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Justin Forsett

NFL Highlights: Packers 24 – Vikings 21

11/23/2014
MINNEAPOLIS - Eddie Lacy scored a pair of touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers took control of the NFC North with a 24-21 win at Minnesota on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers was 19 of 29 for 209 yards and a...
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Shamar Stephen, Eddie Lacy, Davante Adams

NFL Highlights: Cardinals 14 – Lions 6

11/17/2014
GLENDALE, AZ - Drew Stanton threw a pair of first-quarter touchdown passes and the Arizona defense did the rest as the Cardinals improved on the NFL's best record with a 14-6 win over the Detroit...
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Drew Stanton

NFL Highlights: Seahawks 38 – Giants 17

11/09/2014
SEATTLE - Seattle rushed for a franchise-record 350 yards -- and Marshawn Lynch had four touchdowns for the first time in his career - as the Seahawks defeated the New York Giants 38-17 on Sunday...
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Marshawn Lynch

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