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Adam Schefter 10 Personal Facts, Bio, Wiki
American sports writer
Born: December 21, 1966 (age 55 years), Valley Stream, New York, United States
Spouse: Sharri Maio (m. 2007)
Education: John F. Kennedy High School
Nominations: Bill Nunn Award
In 2007, Schefter married Sharri Maio, eleven months after meeting her on a blind date. Schefter had been married once before, but it ended in divorce; Sharri’s prior husband, Joe Maio, had been killed in the World Trade Center in the 9/11 attacks.
Sharri brought Devon, her son with Joe who was born in the year 2000, into the marriage with Schefter. Schefter and Sharri have a daughter together named Dylan.
Schefter’s book about his wife’s first husband and his own experience joining the family after Joe’s death, titled The Man I Never Met, was released in 2018.
Adam Schefter is an American sports writer and television analyst.
After graduating from University of Michigan and Northwestern University with degrees in journalism, Schefter wrote for several newspapers, including The Denver Post, before working at NFL Network. He has worked as an NFL insider for ESPN since 2009.
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Adam Schefter – born December 21, 1966 – is an American sports writer and television analyst.
After graduating from University of Michigan and Northwestern University with degrees in journalism, Schefter wrote for several newspapers, including The Denver Post, before working at NFL Network.
He then became an NFL insider for ESPN in 2009.
Schefter had a cameo appearance in the 2005 movie The Longest Yard.
Adam Schefter is an American sports writer and television analyst. He is an NFL Insider for ESPN, which hired him in June 2009.
A graduate of The University of Michigan and Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Schefter was an editor at The Michigan Daily.
After graduating from Medill, Schefter did an internship for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer before moving to Denver in 1990, when he began writing for The Rocky Mountain News and then later, The Denver Post.
Schefter joined the NFL Network in 2004 and appeared on NFL Total Access and also wrote for NFL.COM. Before joining NFL Network Schefter appeared frequently on ESPN’s Around the Horn as a substitute for Woody Paige, who was based in Denver at the time.
Before Around the Horn, Schefter appeared on ESPN’s The Sports Reporters.
Schefter appeared on NBC twice in the summer of 2008, working as the sideline reporter for Al Michaels and John Madden during the Redskins-Colts Hall-of-Fame game and then the Redskins-Jaguars preseason finale.
According to a USA Today survey of fans published January 19, 2009: “NFL Network’s Adam Schefter edged ESPN’s Chris Mortensen (34%-32%) for best [NFL] insider despite the NFL Network being in less than half as many U.S. households.”
Schefter was selected as the best (NFL) insider in another USA Today poll in November 2010. Schefter was voted USA Today’s best “insider” for a third straight year in November 2011.
In 2009, Schefter became a football analyst with ESPN. He began appearing on air on August 17, 2009.
In October 2010, Sports Illustrated writers included Schefter in its “Power 40+”, a listing of the NFL’s most influential officials, executives, coaches, players and media members.