Every now and then I’ll catch blonde cutie Jaime Maggio on NFL Network co-hosting (or sometimes hosting alone) their fantasy football shows, which is apparently something a lot of people do. Enough, anyway, that NFL Network and other sports channels have entire shows dedicated to it. Who knew?Share on Facebook
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Was watching the NFL Network tonight and noticed that Charissa Thompson, previously a FoxSports gal, had switched over to desk anchor duty on the football network. Gotta admit, she doesn’t look bad behind that desk at all. Hopefully that won’t keep her from the sidelines, though. It’s always fun to see the gals out and about and stretching their legs on the sidelines of football games.
I gotta say, I really like Kara Henderson on NFL Network. Maybe it’s the smooth, almost soothing way she talks, but I always dig it when she’s working the network’s desk. Of all the dames over there, she’s easily my favorite. Not a whole lot of pics out there, but I found a couple of the lovely blonde.
I’m not sure when Lindsay Soto moved from FoxSports to the NFL Network, but tuned in recently and there she was, legs and all, doing their fantasy football show. Not really interested in all the fantasy football talk, and the camera doesn’t do Lindsay justice with all the longshots. Anywyas, some screenshots of the appearance below.
And here I thought the hottest chick on NFL Network was Rich Eisen. How wrong I was! (Okay, just kidding about that first part, stop accusing me of being gay! Ahem. Where was I?) One face on NFL Network that keeps me tuning in is Michelle Beisner, who provides a nice respite from the sports net’s many programmings filled with annoying ex-player mush-mouthing their way through football highlights.
Alex Flanagan used to be on ESPN before she left to work for the NLF Network. She’s married with two daughters (total MILF alert!) and I gotta admit, I prefer to watch her over Rich Eisen’s balding head any day. The only problem is that they seem to put her on some very odd times. Or maybe it’s just my viewing habits. Who says there are no reasons to watch the NFL Network when football is over?