Tracy Wolfson named 'NFL on CBS' lead reporter
Tracy Wolfson was named the new lead reporter for the 'NFL on CBS.'
With the new Thursday Night Football schedule coming to CBS in 2014, things are moving around a bit at the mothership. Wednesday saw the announcement of sideline reporting changes, with Tracy Wolfson moving to the NFL sideline.
Wolfson, an Emmy Award-nominated reporter with the SEC on CBS for the past decade, joins Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the Thursday Night Football games on CBS and the NFL Network as well as certain Sunday games featured on the NFL on CBS.
"During the past 10 years as the lead college football reporter, Tracy has become one of the most respected reporters in the industry," CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus said. "We are excited for Tracy to bring the same tenacity and quality in reporting that she has shown on the SEC sidelines and NCAA basketball courtside to the NFL."
Wolfson previously worked 2013's AFC Wild Card, Divisional and Championship games, and also provided coverage for the 2013 Super Bowl.
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