Alex Flanagan is a veteran sportscaster and sideline reporter for NFL Network and NBC Sports. Over the course of her career she has covered a variety of sporting events including four Olympic games and eight Super Bowls.
Alex has spent an accomplished nine years at the NFL Network. In 2006, she began with the 24-hour football network as a studio host. She was part of the launch of the Network’s signature show, Game Day Morning, serving first, as the news anchor and then as a co-host.
In 2010, NFL Network added Alex to it’s Thursday Night Football broadcast team. Most recently she reported from the sidelines of the 2015 East-West Shrine Game and the 2015 Senior bowl. She served as co-host of the 2015 NFL FLAG Championships at Superbowl on Nickelodeon and was on the field interviewing owner Robert Kraft and game hero, Malcolm Butler, minutes after New England won Super bowl XLIX . http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000467558/Butler-I-knew-we-needed-it-so-I-made-the-play.
Alex is often recognized for the 7 years she spent as NBC’s sideline reporter on its national broadcast of Notre Dame football from 2007-2013. Yet, her highest profile sideline assignment was covering Super Bowl XLIIII in 2009 along with John Madden and Al Michaels. Since 2010, as a reporter for NBC’s Football Night in America, Alex has filed live reports from a premiere NFL game. She has also contributed to NBC’s Today show. https://www.youtube.com/watch'v=iJ18IvRKYuc
Alex covered her fourth Olympics for NBC in 2014 from Sochi, Russia. As NBC’s Cross Country Skiing and Biathlon reporter she documented Olympic history interviewing Norwegian biathlete, Ole Einar Bjorndalen, just after he crossed the finish line and became the most decorated winter Olympic athlete in history. She has been part of documenting a number of important milestones for the most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps. Most recently, Alex was on deck interviewing Phelps at the Pan Pacific Championships in Australia when the swimmer cemented his comeback from retirement.
At the London games, Alex was the deck reporter for diving and she served as a sports desk reporter in 2010 at the Winter Olympics from Vancouver. In August of 2008, Alex was one of NBC’s hosts during its unprecedented coverage of the Beijing Olympics, where she anchored six hours of Olympic coverage nightly.
Prior to working with NFL Network and NBC, Alex spent five years reporting from the college football sidelines for ESPN. She also served as a sideline reporter for the College World Series, the Women’s Tennis Association’s tour championships and the NCAA Women’s basketball tournament. As a reporter for SportsCenter, Alex reported on the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case in 2003 and the Barry Bonds BALCO Scandal that same year. A versatile reporter, she has also covered spring training, the NBA playoffs, college football bowl games, the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament, did a weekly segment for NFL Monday Night Countdown and launched an entertainment themed segment for SportsCenter called “Hollywood Highlights”. In 2003, Alex was recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for contributing to the Emmy Award winning Sportscenter, on ESPN.
Before joining ESPN, Alex worked for the Fox Sports Network. She was the featured reporter on The Keith Olbermann Evening News, served as a reporter for The National Sports Report and as a producer/reporter on the Emmy-nominated weekly sports investigative magazine show, Goin’ Deep.
Alex began her television career as a reporter and weekend anchor at KCCO-TV in Alexandria, MN and worked in the same capacity for WSFA-TV in Montgomery, AL.
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