Jamie Erdahl is an American reporter for CBS Sports born on December 3, 1988, and is 34 years old as of now. Prior to working with CBS Sports’ Greg Gumbel and Trent Green, she was working as the host of the Good Morning Football on NFL Network.
Erdahl shares a blissful marriage with Sam Buckman with whom she celebrated a marriage ceremony in 2017. They have been blessed with one daughter Brooke Marie Buckman living a happy family of three.
Jamie Erdahl's Net Worth & Salary: Her Income Source
34-year-old blonde reporter Jamie Erdahl is paid a handsome salary of more than $95 thousand which has boosted her net worth. She has an amazing net worth of $1 Million which proves how successful she has been in her career.
CBS reporter Jamie Erdahl's net worth is $1 Million. SOURCE: Instagram
Jamie is also active on popular social networking sites such as Twitter and Instagram. She is not very tall as she has an average height of 5 feet 7 inches only.
Ready for #MIAvsNE wearing my @StJude necklace with pride! No Gronk, no problem? We'll see! 1p eastern @NFLonCBS
— Jamie Erdahl (@JamieErdahl) September 18, 2016
The CBS and CBS Sports female media personality Jamie believes in commitment and keenness in her field or profession. It seems that she has enjoyed her net worth and her salary. Expect that, she will be receiving a high amount in the future from her career.
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CBS Reporter Jamie Erdahl's Career Highlights
Jamie Erdahl is an attractive reporter for NFL Networks and CBS Sports. Previously, she served as a sideline reporter for the SEC on CBS teamed up with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green. Erdahl is used during the NCAA basketball regular season, as well as on CBS/Turner March Madness coverage. She joined the company in 2014 and contributes to CBS Sports Network.
Erdahl transferred to American University in 2009 in order to pursue a degree in broadcasting and communications. Before graduating in December 2011, Jamie hosted several programs for the school, including 'Eye on the Eagle,' a 30-minutes magazine show featuring the men's basketball team.
Recently, Erdahl is working at NFL and CBS and formerly worked at NCAA Hoops as a sideline reporter and presenter at CBS Sports as well. Erdahl also served at New England Sports Network prior to joining CBS. In 2013, she used to fill in on the sidelines for Jenny Dell during the Boston Red Sox season. In 2014, NESN appointed Erdahl as the Boston Bruins' rinkside reporter.
Erdahl also worked in the studio hosting NESN's 30-minute live news shows. Her father Jim Erdahl and mother Chris Erdahl may have been immense supporters of her successful career in the journalism field.
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