My wife and I have been in Locust Point for about a year and half and before that we were in Federal Hill for three years. “For the last two years, CBS Sports Network has sent me out to be the reporter,” Washburn told AA. “When it was in New York, we had a show every night so I got to cover both teams. To be a successful restaurant owner, you need to understand every role in the restaurant from bus boy to chef. They kept giving me chances on [CBS] Sports Network and things like that, and it’s kind of what I’ve been used to. I also sort of hate most of my favorite teams. At the age of just 30, South Baltimore resident Evan Washburn is a sideline reporter for the NFL on CBS. Tell us about the growth of lacrosse and what it can do to continue to grow in popularity at the professional level? It’s one of these things where you look better because you’re around so many talented people, and I learned so much from them that I think that helped me and gave the trust to some of the people at CBS to give me some of these opportunities over the last couple months.”. Evan has 2 jobs listed on their profile. And while Washburn has worked the NCAA Tournament in the past, these NFL playoffs have been the biggest event he’s worked, leading up to the biggest event of them all for nearly any reporter – Sunday’s Super Bowl. Covering the NFL has been a dream come true. You kind of learn along the way what works and what doesn’t, so I’m pumped for next year that we can hit Week 1 rolling like we did in about Week 8 this year. “Being with the crew I was this year with Ian [Eagle], Dan [Fouts], Mark Wolf, Bob Fischman, it provided me with a platform. He doesn’t answer his phone, so she ends up having to Uber to the hospital which thankfully was just a few miles away. We’ll still get our production meeting time with the coaches and players, we’ll get to go to practice. Tell us about the lacrosse community here and how often you run into the same athletes you cover in Major League Lacrosse. “I’m literally in the meeting, wrapping up Bill Belichick and Tom Brady is coming into the room, and my phone starts buzzing off the hook. “Each successive week over the past couple weeks has been the biggest game I’ve done, starting with the divisional round, and then the AFC title game. Für nähere Informationen zur Nutzung Ihrer Daten lesen Sie bitte unsere Datenschutzerklärung und Cookie-Richtlinie. It’s a great resource for me, because the more you can see and talk to the stars of the sport, the better you will be as an analyst or reporter. And then I told everybody after the game, and everyone’s been awesome about it. aus oder wählen Sie 'Einstellungen verwalten', um weitere Informationen zu erhalten und eine Auswahl zu treffen. This site is for informational and entertainment purposes only. “Tracy [Wolfson] and I are covering the teams this week for CBS Sports Network, so I still have those responsibilities on a day to day basis, which will help me on Sunday, but it’s different from the way I usually approach a week when I’m alone in my office pouring over clips, watching press conferences, making the calls I need to make. After working as a reporter for CBS Sports Network, Washburn joined CBS’s team of NFL reporters for the 2014 season, working as the sideline reporter with the Greg Gumbel/Trent Green duo. I would love the opportunity to also be a part of our NCAA basketball tournament coverage. He then worked the NCAA Tournament in March for CBS/Turner, serving as the sideline reporter for the Ian Eagle/Doug Gottlieb team. “It was an unbelievable experience, and I was in so many different places. I’m kind of getting updates, but I’m now heading to the Patriots production meeting, and within a half hour of being at the hospital, they take her back. AwfulAnnouncing.com is not an official web site for any media organization, professional sports league, team, or organization.Copyright © 2020 www.AwfulAnnouncing.com - All Rights Reserved - Trademarks used herein are property of their respective owners.