Biography

Every weekday morning, Erin wakes up the football world with her warm and engaging presence on NFL HQ airing nationally on NFL Network at 8am et. She is a dynamic personality who takes an honest, fun approach to the day's top stories and has the reverence to tackle sensitive topics.

When she isn't providing fans the latest NFL news, Erin is covering the coolest events around the league. You can find her interviewing celebs and football's best athletes at the NFL Honor Awards, or mixing it up on the Pro Bowl's Draft show. But perhaps most exciting of all -- on the NFL's biggest and brightest stage -- Erin has been blessed to cover the Super Bowl the past two years.

Prior to joining NFL Network, Erin was an anchor and reporter for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and appeared on the network's signature show, SportsNet Central, in addition to other studio shows. While with Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Erin covered the Bay Area's professional sports teams, including the San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants and Golden State Warriors, as well as the Stanford and Cal football programs.

Before joining Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Erin was a sideline reporter for various networks such as Fox Sports West, Pac-12 Network, NBC Sports Network and ESPN. Erin also was an anchor for Fox Sports Flash and a reporter for ESPN's Summer X-Games and the World Series of Poker.

A native of Los Angeles, Erin received a B.A. in Broadcasting from the University of Southern California in 2006. During her time at USC, Erin was a sports anchor/reporter for Annenberg TV and the school's radio station KSCR 1560 AM.

In her free time, Erin enjoys finding ways to give back through an organization dear to her heart. She is on the Young Professionals Council of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, a nonprofit, academic, pediatric medical center that provides more than 97,000 children with pediatric health care. And of course, going to ‘SC football games. Fight on!

The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will.

— Vince Lombardi