Red Sox reporter Jenny Dell: photos and bio


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(UPDATE: here’s our exclusive interview with Jenny Dell on the even of her first assignment covering the NFL on CBS)

From Hazel Mae to Heidi Watney to Jenny Dell, NESN sports reporters are exactly like Denver Broncos tailbacks.

It doesn’t matter who leaves, they’ll just find another starlet and just keep plugging ‘em in. And results will always be there, no matter the replacement. Behold Jenny Dell, the new presenter of Red Sox Nation.

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Here’s an excerpt from the Jenny Dell biography on her homepage:

Growing up in Connecticut with dreams of being a chef initially led Jenny Dell to amajor in hospitality and tourism Management at UMass Amherst. But due to her love of sports, she picked up another major in Sport Event Marketing during her sophomore year.

Jenny Dell started working for the UMass athletic department her junior year, where she helped out in the advancement office and assisted with the event planning for the football and basketball programs.

Here’s our video exclusive with Jenny Dell from CBS/NFL Network Media Day:

And our audio exclusive with Dell, from the same event, podcast is below:

Then, we have more Jenny Dell photos, because hey, why not?

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Paul M. Banks owns The Sports Bank.net, an affiliate of Fox Sports and Yahoo! He’s been a guest on news talk shows all across the world. He’s also a special contributor to the Chicago Tribune RedEye edition. Banks has been featured in numerous media outlets including NFL.com, Forbes, Bleacher Report, Deadspin, ESPNNBCCBS, the History Channel and more. Follow him on Twitter (@paulmbanks)

 

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