| sports filmmaker, film producer, football analyst, author|
Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches Sports Programming Short Format
Howard Cosell, Ray Didinger, Steve Bornstein
Greg Cosell Wikipedia
Greg Cosell is an NFL analyst and a senior producer at NFL Films. He is the nephew of iconic broadcaster Howard Cosell. Cosell is widely regarded by NFL insiders as one of the most knowledgeable and trusted football analysts.
Born in Queens, New York, Cosell attended Amherst College where he played basketball. After applying for a job at NFL Films, he was interviewed by founder Ed Sabol at the company's New Jersey headquarters, and subsequently hired as a producer.
In 1984 Cosell with NFL Films President Steve Sabol created a show titled Monday Night Matchup (now known as NFL Matchup) which was initially hosted by Chris Berman. The show has grown to one of the most respected sports television programs in the industry and is currently hosted by Sal Paolantonio, Louis Riddick and Greg Cosell.
Cosell co-authored the book The Games That Changed the Game: The Evolution of the NFL in Seven Sundays.