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Mike Garafolo

Mike Garafolo


Mike Garafolo joined NFL Media in 2016 as a reporter. He contributes to all NFL Media platforms, including NFL Network, NFL.com and NFL Now.

Garafolo joins NFL Media from Fox Sports 1, where he covered the NFL nationally. Prior to that, Garafolo was a national NFL reporter for USA Today and a beat writer covering the New York Giants for The Star Ledger in New Jersey for eight seasons, including the Giants' victories in Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI. For his work covering the Giants, Garafolo received an APSE award.

Garafolo began his career as producer for WIP Radio in Philadelphia and a general sports writer for The Associated Press.

A Philadelphia native and La Salle University graduate, Garafolo currently lives in New Jersey with his wife Jessica.
June

Zach Orr is trying to resurrect his NFL career. Orr said Wednesday on Good Morning Football he's exploring the possibility of coming out of retirement after receiving encouraging diagnoses about the congenital spinal condition which initially seem... more

The NFL Players Association is considering filing a grievance on behalf of the players to challenge language in many of this year's rookie contracts the union believes violates the collective bargaining agreement. Tom Pelissero of USA Today first... more

New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley has been away from the team's organized team activities in recent weeks, sources with knowledge of Fairley's situation have told NFL.com in recent days. His absence comes in light of medical tests that... more

May

Jay Cutler is thinking about pulling a Tony Romo. The former Chicago Bears quarterback, who has received little interest from teams (at least as an unquestioned starter), is exploring a post-football career in broadcasting, according to multiple... more

April

Devaroe Lawrence logged 44 tackles (five for loss) in his last two years at Auburn. (Brynn Anderson/AP) The way Devaroe Lawrence remembers it, he was alone in his cell, getting ready for bed. It was his third stint in jail, and he knew he'd be... more

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