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Ari Wolfe


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Ari Wolfe serves as a news anchor for NFL Network Now news updates in addition to his regular reporting duties around the league.

Wolfe joined NFL Network in 2010 as a reporter and play-by-play announcer for Arena Football Friday.

In addition to his duties at NFL Network, Wolfe broadcasts college football and basketball for Mountain Sports Network. In 2009, he extended his broadcasting experience with the Big Ten Network, announcing both college football and basketball games, as well as joining Universal Sports, covering Olympic events including women's ice hockey, table tennis, rowing and canoe slalom racing.

From 2005-2008, Wolfe was the voice of various sporting events for the University of Louisville, as well as hosting both football and basketball shows for the Cardinals. During this time, in 2006, Wolfe served as a commentator for college men's basketball for ESPN's regional telecasts.

His work in the NFL began in 2003, where he served as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports for three seasons. In 2005, Wolfe spent a season as the Philadelphia Eagles' preseason play-by-play voice.

Wolfe's broadcasting career began in 1998 as the play-by-play announcer for the Albany Firebirds in the Arena Football League for six years before spending four seasons with the Philadelphia Soul in the same capacity from 2004-2008. Wolfe also hosted his own online AFL series titled The Wolfe's Den and called AFL games on ESPN, Versus and Comcast.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in Madison, Wisconsin, Wolfe graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in History. He then went on to receive his Masters in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Southern California, where he utilized his broadcasting skills and served as a play-by-play announcer for USC athletics.

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