Jim Gray has served as the host of the network’s Monday Night Football pre-game and halftime shows since 2001.
He has also worked 15 Super Bowls for Westwood One. 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.
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HOUSTON, TX – It’ll be North Carolina and Villanova for the national championship on Monday night. Kevin Kugler and John Thompson have a preview of the game and Jim Gray had a chance to talk with the head coaches. Remember,…Read More »
HOUSTON, TX – The stars will comes out tonight in Texas as the Final Four gets underway at NRG Stadium. First tip is at 6:09 PM Eastern with the West Regional champs from Oklahoma taking on the South’s champion, Villanova. In the nightcap, the comeback kids from Syracuse take on the…Read More »
Tom Brady would much rather have been playing in Super Bowl 50 instead of participating in the pregame ceremony honoring the living Super Bowl MVPs. But after a loss to the Broncos in the AFC Championship, Brady is in the Bay Area anyway. Ahead of the game, he spoke with…Read More »
As part of our coverage of Super Bowl 50, our Jim Gray had a chance to speak individually with the three greatest Super Bowl quarterbacks: Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw and Tom Brady.Read More »
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are back in a familiar spot – facing Peyton Manning. This time, a trip to the Super Bowl is on the line. Brady and Manning have faced off 16 times over the years; the 17th will be the fourth time in an AFC…Read More »
Larry Fitzgerald and the Arizona Cardinals completed one of the wildest playoff victories you’ll see just one week ago. It started when they gave up a game-tying touchdown on the final play, but then Carson Palmer drove the offense the length of the field at the start of overtime for the…Read More »
The New England Patriots’ defense of their Super Bowl XLIX title begins today in Foxboro when the Kansas City Chiefs come calling in an AFC Divisional Playoff game. Tom Brady will have more weapons at his disposal as Julian Edelman returns from injury. In a pregame conversation with Westwood One’s…Read More »
Sunday was an odd day for the New England Patriots, who dropped a big game to a close rival in overtime – and without Tom Brady getting a touch in the extra period after the Patriots decided to kick off instead of receive. In his weekly conversation with Westwood One’s…Read More »