Scott Hanson Biography
Scott Hanson is an American television anchor and reporter serving as host of NFL RedZone. He also serves as a host for NFL Network’s on-location coverage of such events as the Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Draft, free agency among others. He joined NFL Media in 2006 and in 2008 he transitioned to studio hosting before becoming the host of NFL RedZone in 2009.
Scott Hanson Age
He was born on June 24, 1971 in Rochester, Michigan, USA.
Scott Hanson Height
Scott stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch tall
Scott Hanson Education
Hanson attended Bishop Foley Catholic High School in Madison Heights, Michigan and later joined Syracuse University graduating in 1993.
Scott Hanson Family
Scott has not revealed much about his family but he shares photos of his mother on his social media accounts. He has two siblings, a sister and a brother.
Scott Hanson Brother
Scott has one brother although his name is unknown.
Scott Hanson Wife
There is no available public information regarding Scott’s marital status.
Scott Hanson Chris Hanson – Is Scott Hanson related to Chris Hanson
Scott Hanson is not related to Chris Hansen who is on Dateline NBC, in particular, the former segment To Catch a Predator, which revolved around catching potential Internet sex predators using a sting operation.
RT @420specialists are u related to Chris Hanson from dateline NBC? I need to know this. << u need Google. & spell check. Chris Hansen
— Scott Hanson (@ScottHanson) November 6, 2011
Scott Hanson Football Career
Scott had a football career that lasted through college. While studying at Bishop Foley Catholic High School he was an all-conference player who was named the team captain for his senior season. He received a few offers to play football in college, but he chose to attend Syracuse University and try out for the team instead.
He made the Syracuse team in 1989 as a long snapper and also served as a wide receiver and defensive back on the scout team.
Scott Hanson Anchor
Hanson began his career as an anchor and reporter in 1993 as a sportscaster with WPBN-TV in Traverse City, Michigan, which is an affiliate of NBC. In 1994 he moved to Springfield, Illinois, as a reporter for WICS-TV. He later headed south to ABC affiliate WFTS-TV in Tampa, Florida, where he covered the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rise under coach Tony Dungy.
In 2000 he joined Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, where he served as an anchor on SportsNite as well as intermission reporter for the Philadelphia Flyers. In 2002, Hanson moved to sister network Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic in Bethesda, Maryland, where he served as a main anchor and reporter.
Scott Hanson Redzone Channel – Sott Hanson NFL Channel
Scott joined NFL Network in 2006 where he serves as a reporter, anchor, and host. In 2009 he became the National Correspondent and host of NFL Network’s show, NFL RedZone. On Sundays he presents NFL coverage live, and on Mondays hosts Up to the Minute looking at NFL games from the previous week along with a preview of the Monday Night Football matchup. He also co-anchors NFL Total Access during the week.
Scott Hanson Salary – How Much Does Scott Hanson Make
He earns an annual salary of around $200,000.
Scott Hanson Net Worth
Hanson has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
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