Sportscenter Anchor Jaymee Sire is also a cooking blogger



Jaymee Sire is a sportscaster who joined ESPN in March of 2103. You’ve seen her on SportsCenter. Sire is pretty young by SportsCenter standards. She graduated from Washington State in 2002. Sire also hosts NFL Live, NFL insiders and Fantasy Football Now.

Jaymee Sire, like all of us who work in the sports media, has a lot of interests outside of just sports. She’s a self-proclaimed foodie, with her own food blog. So you can talk food with her as much as you can talk sports.


You can follow her on Twitter @Jaymee and on her food blog “E is for Eat.”

And her Twitter bio reads: Creator of the Jaymee Sirewich at .

Jaymee Sire previously worked at Comcast Sportsnet Bay Area, where she primarily served as an anchor/reporter for SportsNet Central and a reporter for Giants Pre Game Live and Giants Post Game Live.


Before joining Comcast SportsNet in 2008, Sire was a sports reporter at CBS San Diego for five years.

From 2005-2006, she was a sideline reporter for KFMB’s San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts. Jaymee began her career as a news and sports anchor/reporter at CBS Great Falls; in her hometown in Montana.


Finally, you’re going to want to see my Mock SportsCenter with Jaymee Sire from a few days ago when I visited Bristol. ESPN was extremely gracious and accommodating to all the media members who made the trip, and Jaymee Sire was a true professional, and a pleasure to work alongside.

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Paul M. Banks owns The Sports, an affiliate of Fox Sports. He’s also a frequent guest on national talk radio. Banks, a former contributor to NBC Chicago and the Washington Times, has been featured in numerous outlets including, Forbes and the History Channel. President Barack Obama follows him on Twitter (@paulmbanks)


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