Sky Sports NFL Presenter Neil Reynolds Cuts Ties With British American Football Assocation

According to the British American football site Double Coverage, Sky Sports’ NFL studio analyst Neil Reynolds has announced that he has ended his relationship with BAFA.

The announcement came in a series of tweets back in late December, following weeks of speculation over the nature of the business relationship between the journalist and the sport’s national governing body.

Until recently, Reynolds co-hosted the monthly BritView NFL podcast with Ali Houghton, but no further details are known of the scope of his role within BAFA.

Neil Reynolds is a presenter for Sky Sports’ NFL coverage.

He has covered the NFL as a journalist and broadcaster since 1991. Before joining Sky, Neil spent a couple of seasons co-presenting BBC Radio 5 Live’s NFL coverage.

Reynolds has worked for British football publications First Down and Gridiron and has also written for American publications such as the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Pittsburgh Post-Press Gazette.

He currently writes for nfluk.com, SkySports.com and Sky.com and has interviewed some of the biggest names in American football, including Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, Dan Marino and John Elway.

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  • Mr. DICKHEAD

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOO… yes he does well in Sky Sports.

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