Jac Collinsworth joined NBC Sports Group as a host and reporter in March 2020.
Collinsworth, the son of NBC Sunday Night Football analyst Cris Collinsworth, previously worked for NBC Sports on Notre Dame Football in on- and off-camera capacities.
He also served as NBC Olympics’ first-ever social media correspondent at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
With ESPN during the 2017-19 NFL seasons, Collinsworth interviewed star players and coaches – often in unconventional settings – showing their personalities and telling their stories.
He also anchored NFL Live and hosted Sunday NFL Countdown segments. In July 2019, he was named host of The Huddle, the signature football program on ESPN’s ACC Network.
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