Ryan is a B/R featured columnist and Team Stream Now video host.
After beginning his career as a journalist in local newspapers and football match reporting, he enjoyed a stint working for former England footballer Jamie Redknapp’s luxury lifestyle magazine venture ICON.
In 2007, he launched football blog The Spoiler. It won critical acclaim from The Guardian and the BBC, and was voted as one of the “Blogs of the Decade” by Sports Illustrated.
Ryan started presenting the Travel Channel series Travel 360 in 2008, which included an episode based around La Liga side Athletic Bilbao.
Ryan now writes for Yahoo's Dirty Tackle and is a presenter, writer and producer for KICK TV.
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Will Carroll is the trusted source for injury info. He is the Lead Writer for Sports Medicine at Bleacher Report, where his Under The Knife column starts its 13th year. Peter Gammons called him "the industry standard." Peter King says "he knows things." Bill Belichick calls him "a pain in the butt." His work has been in Sports Illustrated, ESPN, the New York Times and more. He lives near Indianapolis.
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Michael Felder, B/R's Lead college football analyst, is one of the world's few 29-year-old curmudgeons. He subscribes to the pro-style offense, believes wholeheartedly that defense wins championships and was raised on the mantra "film don't lie." The former defensive back truly enjoys the minutiae of film, doesn't share everyone else's zeal for stats and doesn't live on the pro-playoff side of the college football world. Michael has appeared on Fox Sports Live and contributed as a college football analyst to radio shows from NYC to LA.Follow
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During his 12 years in radio broadcasting, Jason Goff has covered a variety of events including NCAA Final Fours, Boxing Championships in Madison Square Garden and Las Vegas and training camps for both NBA and NFL teams. Jason also takes great pride in involving himself with charitable and community organizations such as One Step Camp/Children’s Oncology and the Jackie Robinson West Little League. When he is not on the air, Jason is just your average guy … keepin’ it real! Jason can also be heard on SiriusXM NBA Radio.
King Kaufman is the Writer Program Manager for Bleacher Report. He oversees education and editorial feedback for the site's writers and maintains the Bleacher Report Blog, a resource for journalists.
Kaufman began his career as News Director and sports play-by-play announcer at KALX-Radio at the University of California. He was an editor and features and boxing writer at the Hearst San Francisco Examiner from 1989 to 1996, then was the founding copy editor at Salon.com, where he spent 14 years, nine of them as the author of the King Kaufman's Sports Daily column. For two years, he advised the student newspaper at Washington University in St. Louis, and he was the co-editor of the 2012 and 2013 editions of "Baseball Prospectus." His writing has been anthologized in the following collections:
"Afterwords: Stories and Reports From 9/11 and Beyond"
"Iron Mike: A Mike Tyson Reader"
"Dialogues: An Argument Rhetoric and Reader, 4th Edition"
"Top of the Order: 25 Writers Pick Their Favorite Baseball Player of All Time"
"The Hall of Nearly Great"
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Nick has been with SiriusXM since 2005, starting with NFL Radio, and most-recently as an executive producer on Mad Dog Sports Radio, SiriusXM's all-sports channel. Nick is also an NFL Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, and is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America.
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Adam Kramer is the National Lead College Football Writer at Bleacher Report. He began his college football writing career on his own website, Kegs’ n Eggs, and he’s also been featured on Rolling Stone, MSNBC and Fox Sports, among other sites. He’s frequented various radio stations around the country, and appeared on ESPNU.
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Dan Levy has been the National Lead Writer for Bleacher Report since joining the company in 2011. He has written about many national and international events that include Super Bowls, major golf championships, NBA and MLB playoffs, March Madness and the FIFA World Cup.
With a professional background in media and public relations, Levy focuses much of his attention on stories that highlight the social, cultural and even political evolution of sports. Since joining B/R, Levy has been a guest on literally hundreds of radio, television and online outlets around the world, including appearances on CNN, HLN and CNN International.
Prior to joining B/R, Levy was a host of the long-running, critically admired On the DL podcast, a daily show that focused on sports, media and popular culture. In addition, Levy previously worked for Sporting News—writing for several digital properties for the company—and was contributor for popular Philadelphia sports blog The 700 Level, as well as the Philadelphia Inquirer and Washington Post.
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Eric Mack has worked for some of the biggest and best sports media companies in the world, including CBS Sports, AOL Sports, Sports Illustrated magazine, SI.com and now Bleacher Report, where he currently serves as the Fantasy Football Lead Writer. He has been on countless radio shows, including live television, talking fantasy sports and the NFL.
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Barrett Sallee, B/R's SEC Lead Writer, has worked as a member of the sports media in various aspects since 2001. His work has appeared on B/R, CNN, CollegeFootballNews.com, Scout.com, FoxSports.com and in various print publications throughout the southeast. He is a regular on local, regional and national radio programs around the country, and has appeared on CNN, HLN, CSS and Al Jazeera America. Barrett is a native of the Atlanta area, where he currently resides with his wife and son.
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Will Tidey is Bleacher Report's global sport manager, focused on developing the site's reach and soccer coverage in text and video. A regular video host for B/R's Team Stream Now clips, Will has contributed soccer analysis to ESPN, CNN, Yahoo! Sports, The Times, BBC and many others over the last decade or so. His first book, Life with Sir Alex, was published in 2011.
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Whether working as a blogger, freelancer, editor, Lead Writer, video analyst or host, Josh Zerkle’s takes on the world of sports are unmistakable. Josh will settle in to co-host Bleacher Report Radio’s morning show, along with Dan Levy. He joined Bleacher Report as one of the five original Lead Writers, along with Dan, in 2011.
Josh’s work is primarily opinion-based commentary on current sports news. Sometimes contrarian, sometimes off-color, Josh is always entertaining. Although he has described his writing voice as that of “the deranged uncle at the end of the sports bar,” the tone of his work depends largely on the outlet for which he is producing, whether it’s writing for the NFL blog at WashingtonPost.com, or editing the sports site on the Uproxx network formerly known as With Leather.
He also co-hosted the 2013 video productions of B/R Fantasy Live, a weekly last-minute fantasy football show with Anita Marks, and Draft Bash ’13, B/R’s live coverage of the 2013 NFL Draft with Aaron Nagler, Matt Miller and Michael Felder. Josh has also covered two Super Bowls, a Final Four, and everything in between, from the main event at the 2010 World Series of Poker to a 2009 pole dancing competition.
Josh is sometimes recognized by his large bald head (he wears a size 7-3/4 cap) and short, manicured goatee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Ohio State. He currently lives in the greater Atlanta area. Follow him on Facebook at facebook.com/JoshZerkleNFL.
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