Veteran journalist Pam Oliver has been a staple on the sidelines of the NFL for a very long time—20 years, in fact.
But her role there, at least in the top position, has abruptly come to end.
A few weeks ago when Erin was asked who is a better QB: Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?
Aaron Rodgers..a telling sign that she’s still smitten over the Green Bay Quarterback..
The exchange, which went viral on You Tube, made them both household names, even for those (like me) who don’t closely follow the sport.“[The new position] is a dream come true,” Andrews told ABC News.
Erin Andrews and Aaron Rodgers have quietly been seeing each other for several months..
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My source tells me the two spent some time together during the Packers bye week..
My public life is scrutinized as much as possible by people, positively or negatively”..The reason behind the secrecy of their relationship is ESPN’s reluctance for Erin to be dating an NFL player..“It’s exactly what I’ve wanted.” Fox Sports President Eric Shanks explained the replacement as an attempt by the network to keep things “fresh.” Others, including Oliver, think it has more to do with ageism.“I live in the real world, and I know that television tends to get younger and where women are concerned,” Oliver told It’s everywhere.” In case you think that’s just her being (rightfully) salty, others are backing up her (astute) assessment.In a blog post titled, “Women in Sports Media: Intelligence and Talent Lose Out—Yet Again,” former SI writer Jeff Pearlman noted, “Men can do these gigs forever.
“To go from the lead crew to no crew was a little shocking,” Oliver told Sport Illustrated’s SI.com, clearly being diplomatic.“I said I wanted to do a 20th year [on the sidelines].
I expressed to them that I was not done and had something to offer.” Oliver will be replaced by Erin Andrews, a 36-year-old blonde who is best-known as the woman who happened to interview the Seattle Seahawks’ excitable Richard Sherman, who went on a much-publicized (and blown-out-of-proportion) rant against San Francisco 49er Michael Crabtree just before the Seahawks headed to the Super Bowl (for a win).