NFL Network’s Alex Flanagan

NFL Network’s Alex Flanagan

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?

Not a whole lot about Alex out there, but here’s a Wikipedia bio:

Alex Flanagan is an American sports journalist, who is a graduate of the University of Arizona.

As of February 2008, she is a reporter for the NFL Network. As reporter, it is her job to break news during the day on NFL Network Now which is an update segment. Flanagan came to NFL Network in early 2006 after spending five years at ESPN. At ESPN, she worked as sideline reporter for college football and was also reported on programs such as SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight. Alex was also a TV anchor for one of Alabama’s most reputable TV stations, WSFA Channel 12, in Montgomery before her career at ESPN.

Starting in September of 2007, Alex will be the sideline reporter for the Notre Dame home football games on NBC.

When host Rich Eisen is unavailable, Alex often hosts “NFL Total Access,” an hourly show on the NFL Network that recaps games from the preceding week and previews upcoming action.

Alex is a native of Sonoita, Arizona. She is married to Kevin Flanagan, a former University of Arizona basketball player. They have two daughters.

A lot of these pictures of Alex are from her Yahoo! Group here, although the last message posted there was over two years ago.

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  • Dan

    First of all she is my wife and the best mom in the world could not ask for a better wife or life

  • larrysnarr

    just so I could say hi!to the most beautiful women in sportscasting!