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Jay Glazer



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FOX Sports' Jay Glazer joined NFL Network in 2010 as an in-studio analyst.

During NFL Network's Thursday Night Football schedule, Glazer, alongside analysts Kurt Warner, Sterling Sharpe and host Fran Charles can be seen on Thursday Night Kickoff Presented by Sears from Los Angeles. In conjunction with the on-site pregame team of Rich Eisen, Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci and Deion Sanders, Thursday Night Kickoff Presented by Sears provides live analysis, interviews and commentary two hours prior to all eight of the Network's live, regular season matchups.

Glazer can also be seen every Sunday on Fox NFL Sunday where he has become one of the most respected insiders of NFL information since 2004. Glazer is also a senior writer for FOXSports.com, where he is credited for breaking NFL news stories such as Brett Favre’s return to the NFL in 2009 following retirement and the 2010 trade of Randy Moss to the Minnesota Vikings.

Glazer's NFL news and video content on FOXSports.com accounted for 15.8 million visitors to the site in 2009. Glazer also hosts 'The After Party' on the website, which features interviews with NFL players via Skype video technology.

Outside of the NFL, Glazer is extremely active in the mixed martial arts (MMA) industry, as co-owner of MMAthletics with MMA star Randy Couture and as a MMA trainer to several NFL teams and players including the St. Louis Rams, Atlanta Falcons, 49ers LB Patrick Willis, Packers LB Clay Matthews and Vikings DE Jared Allen, to name a few. In addition, Glazer was instrumental in the development of a weekly series on FOXSports.com focused on MMA that attracted 226,000 unique viewers in its first three episodes.

Glazer is also the host of the sports reality series Pros vs. Joes alongside former Giants DE and current FOX NFL Sunday colleague Michael Strahan that completed its fifth season on Spike TV in 2010. Glazer has also appeared in feature films, The Longest Yard (2005) and The Game Plan (2007).

Prior to his work with FOX, Glazer was a reporter on CBS' The NFL Today.

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