Steven Jay Tasker – born 10 April 1962 – is a broadcaster for CBS Sports, who previously was a wide receiver/gunner in the National Football League.
He was drafted in the ninth round (226th overall) of the 1985 NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers.
He played college football at Northwestern. He began his college career at Dodge City Community College.
Tasker played most of his pro career with the Buffalo Bills, and was voted by Bills fans to the teams 50th season All-time Team.
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