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Steve Wyche

Reporter

@Wyche89

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Former Atlanta Falcons beat writer Steve Wyche serves as a reporter for NFL Network, studio host and senior writer for NFL.com.


Wyche contributes insider reports on NFL Network's signature show NFL Total Access since joining NFL Media in 2008, in addition to filing field reports at various team facilities and games on NFL GameDay Morning and Around the League Live.


In his role as senior writer for NFL.com, Steve Wyche offers more in-depth analysis on the latest NFL topics and headlines with weekly stories. Wyche can be seen regularly on NFL AM during the week, along with Mark Kriegel, Eric Davis and Nicole Zaloumis.


This season, Wyche returns as a reporter for NFL.com/LIVE: Thursday Night Football, NFL.com's in-game coverage of the Network's 13 live, regular season game broadcasts. NFL.com/LIVE: Thursday Night Football presents a live show throughout the game including "live look ins" of the game, reports from the field and highlights.


With 20 years of journalism experience under his belt, Wyche has covered a variety of sports and personalities on all levels, from standout high school players to professional icons like Michael Jordan and Michael Vick.


Prior to joining NFL Network and NFL.com, Wyche spent four seasons as a beat writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution covering the Atlanta Falcons. During the 2007 season, Wyche also worked as a correspondent for ESPN and ESPN2.


From 1990-1999, Wyche covered a variety of sports teams for the Miami Herald including the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat and Steve Spurrier's championship Florida Gator football teams. Wyche then followed up with a five-year stint as the NBA and Washington Wizards writer for the Washington Post.


After earning a B.A. in Journalism from Howard University in 1989, Wyche begin his journalism career covering high school and small college sports for the Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch from 1989-1990.


A native of St. Louis, MO, Wyche resides in Atlanta with his wife of 16 years and three sons.

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