Ed Werder is a Dallas-based bureau reporter for ESPN, who is primarily reporting on stories about the NFL. He was born on May 3, 1960, in Longmont, Colorado.
His nationality is American and belongs to the white ethnic background. He has become a staple in the NFL coverage and has contributed in the various shows such as SportCenter, NFL Live, Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown after joining ESPN in 1988.
EARLY LIFE AND CAREER
Werder attended the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado, graduating in journalism and communications in 1982. He then started his career working as an NFL correspondent for CNNSI on CNN's Sports Tonight and CNN's Sunday NFL Preview from its launch in 1996. Before joining CNNSI, he was a Dallas Cowboys beat writer for the Dallas Morning News (1992-1996) and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (1989).
He has won several awards during his time at The Dallas Morning News for chronicling the demolished relationship between Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and the head coach Jimmy Johnson. He is also credited for breaking news about rising problems in the Dallas Cowboys locker room in 2008, concerning wide receiver Terrell Owens and culminated in his release from the organization.
He also served for the Orlando Sentinel as the NFL beat writer in 1991 and was a Denver Broncos beat writer for the Boulder Daily Camera from 1984-1989. He was also an NFL reporter for The National (1990-1991) during that time and a correspondent for Sports Illustrated (1987-1995).
Werder joined ESPN as a Dalla-based bureau reporter in 1998 becoming an annual contributor to contributor to ESPN's coverage of the NFL Draft and the Super Bowl.
PERSONAL LIFE AND AFFAIRS
Werder is a professional reporter who has shown hard work and dedication towards his profession. Despite being a celebrated and well-known journalist, he has kept his personal life confidential. He got married in a very private way that only his close relatives knew about this ceremony. The couple has two children, a son, and a daughter. There is no fact information that has revealed about his additional affair or divorce status to the public.
His daughter, Christie Werder is married to Trey Bomar in June 2012. Christie Werder is an inclusion aide at a high school in Denton, Texas and Trey Bomar is a team leader at Honda Financial Services, near the Cowboys' Valley Ranch headquarters in Irving. They met six years ago, after hearing the same ad for a Christian dating website.
NET WORTH AND SALARY
He is a great personality in the world of journalism and proved himself successful through his great works. He has great earnings from his work, which has helped him for establishing such a huge net worth. He is an exemplary character and has become a great inspiration to everyone. He is active on Twitter has a great fan following more than 150,000.
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Published on: February 19, 2017
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