Jaymee Sire is a sportscaster who currently works for ESPN. You’ve seen her on SportsCenter. As you can see from the pics, Jaymee Sire looks really really young. She graduated from Washington State in 2002, so we’re guessing that would put her in the neighborhood of 33 years old.
What we don’t know is who her connections are that got her on the national media stage. Most people in this business who have a gig like Jaymee Sire usually have rockstar family connex to propel them forward at a young age. Rachel Nichols is the daughter-in-law of Diane Sawyer. The father of Lindsay Czarniak was the editor-in-chief of USA Today. Anderson Cooper is a Vanderbilt. Tucker Carlson is descended from the Swanson foods empire. Well, you get the idea.
I don’t know if Jaymee Sire has connections like that or not. Maybe. Maybe not.
She 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 Sire began her career as a news and sports anchor/reporter at CBS Great Falls.
And just in case you haven’t fallen in love with her yet, Jaymee Sire is a self-proclaimed foodie, with her own food blog.
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