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James Palmer

James Palmer


James Palmer joined NFL Media in 2015 as a reporter. Previously Palmer was a beat reporter covering the Houston Texans for Comcast SportsNet Houston. The Philadelphia native received an Emmy Award for his coverage, as well as multiple nominations during his three years in Houston.


Prior to Houston, Palmer covered the SEC in Atlanta for Comcast Sports Southeast, filing reports from across the region as well as hosting nightly studio shows. During his time in Atlanta, Palmer also covered the Falcons, the Masters, UFC title fights, the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament and Olympic training.


Palmer's career started at the Mountain West Sports Network in Denver. There he covered the Air Force Academy, Colorado State and Wyoming athletics as a reporter.


A graduate of The Ohio State University, Palmer has a B.A. in Communications and a B.S. in Education. He currently resides in Denver with his wife Meghan and son Nixon.


September

HOUSTON -- When I first arrived at Carroll Academy on Sunday, I stood with a group of people, some of whom were seeking help and some of whom were volunteering in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. As it turned out, none of them spoke English -- but... more

August

DENVER -- Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall might be protesting again this season and could have several teammates joining him. What would be different is that Marshall now knows how, for the first time, the Broncos felt about his decision to prote... more

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- A year ago, Ezekiel Elliott was picked fourth overall by the Dallas Cowboys and won a rushing title in his rookie season. Standing in the middle of the visiting locker room at Gillette Stadium on Thursday night, I asked Jacksonvi... more

July

It's an extremely bright Friday afternoon in Englewood, Colorado. Almost all of the 4,567 fans seated on a grassy berm -- and the majority of the media -- are fixated on Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch. The two quarterbacks, who are battling for the... more

September

Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips believes wholeheartedly DeMarcus Ware will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "There's no doubt about that," Phillips said. "I've had quite a few. He's a dominant player. Anytime you're a domi... more

After losing to the Broncos in Super Bowl 50, Panthers coach Ron Rivera immediately looked at the Broncos as an example of how to bounce back after defeat. Rivera told his players to remember the Broncos lost 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII to the Seattle... more

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