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Michael Silver (sportswriter)

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Name  Michael Silver

Role  Sportswriter
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Education  University of California, Berkeley
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Michael Silver is an American sportswriter and television analyst for NFL Network and NFL.com. He previously worked for Sports Illustrated and Yahoo Sports.

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Early life and education

Silver is an American sportswriter from San Francisco. He graduated from University of California, Berkeley in 1988.

Career

Silver began his career as a sports writer and columnist for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, where he covered the San Francisco 49ers and Golden State Warriors from 1990-94. He also covered the 49ers for the Sacramento Union and served as a correspondent for Pro Football Weekly and The Sporting News.

Silver began work at Sports Illustrated in November 1994, eventually becoming a senior writer there. He was one of the magazine's lead National Football League writers, having authored game stories for Super Bowls XXIX through XLI and personal profiles of famous sports characters. He has also written articles for Rolling Stone and GQ.

Silver joined the Yahoo! team at the beginning of the 2007 NFL season.

In August 2013 Silver started writing for NFL.com.

Marriage and Children

Silver lives with his wife, Leslie, and their three children in Northern California.

Published works

  • Rice with Jerry Rice (St. Martin's Press, 1996)
  • Walk on the Wild Side with Dennis Rodman (Delacorte Press, 1997)
  • All Things Possible with Kurt Warner (HarperSanFrancisco, 2000)
  • Golden Girl with Natalie Coughlin (Rodale Press, 2006)
  • Awards

    Silver, who lists pro football, pro basketball, tennis and college softball as his favorite sports to cover, has received numerous writing awards from several organizations, including the Pro Football Writers of America, the Associated Press Sports Editors and the Pro Basketball Writers of America.

    References

    Michael Silver (sportswriter) Wikipedia


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