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Andrea Kremer

Andrea Kremer

 

Andrea Kremer is one of the most accomplished and widely respected journalists in the industry today. Kremer joined the NFL Network in 2012 to serve as the Chief Correspondent for Player Health & Safety. In this role, Kremer will be the face of the network's coverage and in-depth reporting on one of the most glaring issues facing professional sports, not just football. In addition to the NFL Network, Kremer is also a correspondent for HBO's "Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel." Among her many accolades, including two Emmy Awards, Kremer has been called "the best TV interviewer in the business of covering the NFL" by the Los Angeles Times.


November

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Hall of Famer Jim Kelly's story during the past year has featured a rollercoaster of physical ailments and emotions. The former Buffalo Bills quarterback was diagnosed with oral cancer last year. One optimistic... more

Five Hall of Fame quarterbacks give their take on Peyton Manning and Tom Brady explaining why both are two of the greatest of all time for different reasons.... more

September

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner said Sunday that Tom Brady's style of play has helped to lengthen the New England Patriots quarterback's career. "If you can play the game later in your career very similar to... more

You know the expression, "What do you get the man who has everything?" Well, in my world, the question is often, "What do you ask the man who's been asked virtually everything?" With that challenge in mind, I asked New England Patriots quarterback Tom... more

July

NFL Media's Andrea Kremer sat down with Bruce Arians, Tom Coughlin, John Harbaugh and Rex Ryan for an exclusive roundtable discussion to reveal how NFL head coaches balance their personal lives with their demanding work responsibilities. The four-part... more

May

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Bruce Arians knows all too well about health scares. The Arizona Cardinals head coach suffered through migraine headaches when he was in charge of the Temple University football program. He survived prostate... more

Four NFL head coaches talked about how technology has changed their jobs in a bonus segment of the "Coach Speak" roundtable series that has been airing on NFL Network this week. Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians, New York Giants' Tom Coughlin, Baltimore... more

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor In a bonus segment of the head coach's roundtable that has been airing on NFL Network this week, the quartet of coaches talked about the role of the media and how it affects their jobs. Arizona Cardinals' Bruce... more

NFL player safety chief correspondent Andrea Kremer took a closer look at the 2014 NFL Draft process for the Atlanta Falcons, who are scheduled to select sixth overall in Thursday's first round. Kremer detailed some of the state-of-the-art methods the... more

April

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Despite the remarkable recovery of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson two years ago, not every player rehabbing from a knee injury will be back on the field in eight months. NFL Network Health and... more

March

NFL Media chief health and safety correspondent Andrea Kremer talked with former NFL defensive back Wade Davis. Davis recently met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about the issues the NFL faces with accepting the league's first openly gay prospect,... more

By Sam Zuba, contributing editor The NFL might not be cracking down on players' speech after all. Speaking on NFL Network‚??s "NFL Total Access" on Tuesday, NFL Media's Chief Correspondent for Player Health and Safety Andrea Kremer cited a source... more

February

By Lauren Gaffney, NFL Media producer Safe haven. Brotherhood. Fraternity. These are all words that players use when describing an NFL locker room. It's a place that has been a sanctuary for players, a place that's off-limits to the rest of us. It's... more

What is it like inside an NFL locker room? Is it loud? Is it jovial? Is it abusive? On "NFL GameDay Morning" this Super Bowl Sunday, NFL Network explored the subject. As a bonus to that feature, NFL Media's Andrea Kremer interviewed 10 NFL players in... more

Culture of Locker February 02, 2014

By Lauren Gaffney, NFL Media producer Safe haven. Brotherhood. Fraternity. These are all words that players use when describing an NFL locker room. It's a place that has been a sanctuary for players, a place that's off limits to the rest of us. It's... more

November

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Bruce Arians knows all too well about the toll that coaching takes on the body. The Arizona Cardinals coach won the Coach of the Year award last season when he became the interim coach of the Indianapolis Colts... more

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Jeff Miller, the NFL's senior vice president of health and safety policy, said the league is concerned about the culture that allows players to play through concussions at all levels of football. In an... more

October

Jake Plummer was a star NFL quarterback for almost a decade with the Arizona Cardinals and the Denver Broncos. After losing the 2006 AFC Championship Game, his career quickly slid downhill until he was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he... more

NFL Media's Andrea Kremer describes the Green Bay Packers' reaction to witnessing tight end Jermichael Finley being carted off the field Sunday. Finley, who is still hospitalized, might be done for the season. Heath Evans, Willie McGinest and... more

September

NFL Network on Tuesday night presented "A Football Life," looking at Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis' comeback from an ACL injury last season and talking to him every step of the way. Buccaneers.com interviewed Andrea Kremer, NFL... more

Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis' comeback from ACL surgery was featured in Tuesday's episode of "A Football Life" on NFL Network. Revis recalled many aspects of his recovery in conversations with NFL Media player health and safety chief... more

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor Darrelle Revis has completed his comeback. The cornerback played in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' season opener Sunday , one year after he tore the ACL in his left knee during a game. Revis had surgery in September,... more

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday he will not take himself out of the appeals process for human growth hormone (HGH) testing. Goodell's statement came during an interview with Andrea Kremer, NFL Media's chief health and safety... more

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, in one of his first interviews since the league's $765 million concussion lawsuit settlement with ex-players last week, said helping retirees in a speedy manner became the No. 1... more

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor The NFL has been paying special attention to players after they finish their careers. The league already had been active in the past decade, creating the Player Engagement department and assigning representatives... more

August

By Andrea Kremer, NFL.com The body is buff -- his arms cut, muscles bulging and toned. His hulking presence still dominates a room. There's no doubt he looks like he could still play. In fact, at just 33 years of age, he could be starting his 12th... more

Darrelle Revis' progress since his anterior cruciate ligament surgery last year has been followed by NFL Network chief health and safety correspondent Andrea Kremer. After Revis' trade from the New York Jets to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month, Kremer... more

Andrea Kremer, NFL Network's chief health and safety correspondent, has been following Darrelle Revis' progress since his anterior cruciate ligament surgery last year. Now Revis is with a new team, having been traded from the New York Jets to the Tampa... more

July

Eric Kettani is trying to succeed in two worlds. There's Eric Kettani, the fullback for the Washington Redskins. And there's Eric Kettani, the lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. The Navy recently promoted Kettani, who has been in the service for almost four... more

Tampa Bay Buccaneers veterans reported to training camp Wednesday, and Darrelle Revis was on hand after a long journey. Revis, who was traded from the New York Jets to the Bucs last spring, is nearing the end of his comeback from ACL surgery on his left... more

November

On Tuesday, a four-part series by our newly formed Health and Safety unit launches with an overview of the ultimate Catch-22: How does a sport with collision at its core rationalize the effects to the past, present and future generations of players?... more

Health and safety is arguably the preeminent issue in all of sports, particularly professional football. NFL Network and NFL.com are tackling this subject head on -- no pun intended -- by launching a new unit to explore the many topics associated with... more

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