Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold from Sky Sports bring you all the latest news from the NFL as well as keeping you up to date with the NFL’s International Series.
Vollmer humbly gives his account of the Patriots dominating victory over the Indianapolis Colts in last night’s AFC Championship in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Reinebold recounts his first meetings with Vollmer in Germany and seeing him at a Team Europe training camp in Barcelona, Spain well before Vollmer became a standout offensive tackle at the University of Houston and New England Patriots.
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Neil Reynolds has covered the NFL as a journalist and broadcaster since 1991. He currently serves as co-host of the NFL coverage on Sky Sports and has also co-presented BBC Radio 5 Live’s coverage of American football. Reynolds has worked for British football magazines Gridiron and First Down and has also written for American organisations such as the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Pittsburgh Post-Press Gazette, NFL.com and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He currently writes for SkySports.com, nfluk.com and the International Series gameday magazines. Reynolds also hosts NFL UK’s popular ‘Fan Nights’ series and live events such as the NFL on Regent Street and Trafalgar Square Fan Rally, as well as Tailgate Parties at Wembley Stadium.
Jeff Reinebold (born November 19, 1957) is a Canadian football coach who is currently the special teams coordinator for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League. He is a former NFL Europe coach as well as NFL Europe’s Senior Manager of International Player Development. Reinebold is a frequent and well regarded clinic speaker around the world and appears as an analyst on Sky Sports NFL Playoff telecasts in the United Kingdom.