Erik Kuselias Bio, Early life, Education, Net worth, Measurements

erik kuselias

Erik Kuselias is a very renowned television and radio host. Recently, he was in CBS News for telling Mike “Chico” Bormann the doubts Roger Goodell would risk his job sticking up for Mason Rudolph.

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Caption: Erik Kuselias
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Currently, he is working on CBS Sports HQ. Before that, he was working for NBC Sports as a co-host of the program ‘Pro Football Talk’. He was also presenting the NBC Sports Radio show. In the past was working for several sports channel including ESPN and NBC. One of the most widely loved TV shows that he hosted was ‘Morning Drive’ on Golf Channel, The SportsBash on ESPN Radio and NASCAR NOW on ESPN2.

Erik Kuselias: Early life and Education

Erik Kuselias was born in Hamden, Connecticut, USA. He studied at Brown University for his undergraduate degree, University of Michigan Law School for his master’s degree and Columbia University for a Ph.D. During his childhood days, he played baseball. He was quite good at it as he was an all-state baseball player and has played the all-state baseball with Baseball champions Jeff Bagwell, Mo Vaughn, and Brad Ausmus.

Erik Kuselias: Career

The journalist’s career profile includes his work at ESPN and the golf channel. He started his career by working as a co-host of his own brother in a show by ESPN called The Sports Brothers. The name of this show was later changed to The Sports Bash because Erik Kuselias’s brother left the show in 2005 to work somewhere else. Later, even Erik left the show and debuted the NASCAR show on 5 February 2007. On 8 February 2009, he announced that he would return to the radio program The Erik Kuselias Show. The program was running on air since 17 February 2009 on ESPN Radio.

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Caption: Erik Kuselias hosting ESPN radio
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Later, he appeared on the radio shows like Mike and Mike in the Morning. He worked in the show as a frequent substitute host to the original hosts, Mike Greenberg. The reporter has hosted  Emmy Award-winning web-based show Fantasy Football Now. He joined the Golf Channel as a co-host for the show Morning Drive on 3rd January 2011, but in May 2012, he left the show and moved to NBC Sports. There were rumors that he was fired from the channel but it was later falsified by the host.

Erik Kuselias: Personal life

Erik Kuselias has a brother named Christopher J. Kuselias who is also a television host who initially worked with Erik in ESPN. His ex Sonders is a writer on Golf Channel. She had left the channel joining Fox Sports as a golf journalist and sideline correspondent on NFL games. Erik has made his notoriety for being “the greatest douche” in the ESPN yet as he isn’t great at his sexual conduct. He is also recognized for his misbehavior with his colleagues

Big Day for EK as he is tapped to host the flagship morning show for NBC Sports Radio

Posted by Holly Sonders on Sunday, March 31, 2013

Holly Sonders caught her reporter’s husband cheating on her. Holly was exceptionally suspicious towards him because of which she contracted a private specialist. The specialist discovered he was having an illicit relationship with ESPN character, Stephania Bell who served as an American football injury analyst. In 2017, the talk of their separation began whirling on the web. In August 2017, Sonders talked about her split with her better half. Sonders tweeted that she petitioned for legal separation over a year ago.

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Erik Kuselias: Net worth and Social media profiles

The report’s total assets are $6.5 million at present. He has worked as a TV and radio journalist for a few. Similarly, He earned a gigantic measure of compensation working at NBC Sports Network, as a writer which was $56,817 every year. Erik worked for various projects under ESPN arrange including SportsBash, NASCAR Now, ESPN Radio, and ESPN.com. He additionally facilitated the Emmy-Award Winning electronic show Fantasy Football Now. The reporter co-hosted Morning Drive on Golf Channel and was a studio have during CNBC’s inclusion if the Stanley Cup Playoffs. He used to co-have Pro Football Talk on the NBC Sports Network with Mike Florio and a host on NBC Sports Radio.

He can be found in social media sites like twitter with the name fantasyEK where he has more than 14.8k followers. Similarly, he has another twitter account for his show with the name EKShow with almost 2.5k followers.

 

Erik Kuselias: Body Measurements

The journalist stands 1.75 meters tall with a very tempting body. He has brown hair and hazel eyes. The exact body measurement of him is unknown.

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