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Bio: Hugh Douglas is a former NFL defensive end who played for a total of 10 years with the New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars. During his football career, Douglas was elected to play three Pro Bowls and is ranked no. 4 on the Eagles all-time sack list. After playing, Douglas was hired as the Eagles’ Good Will Ambassador. Douglas’ broadcasting career includes time as a co-host on CBS Radio’s WIP (Philadelphia); a full-time analyst on ESPN2’s Numbers Never Lie, NFL Studios and as an analyst on ESPN programs such as SportsCenter, NFL Live, ESPN2’s First Take and ESPNEWS. Hugh has also spent time on BBC America and as a reporter with WTXF-TV in Philadelphia.
Hometown: Mansfield, Ohio
College: Central State
The Morning Show co-host, and former NFL defensive lineman, Hugh Douglas penned an open letter to Atlanta Falcons fans.
Tom Luginbill, college football analyst for ESPN, joined Hugh Douglas and Mark Zinno on Friday to talk about the ACC Kickoff. The guys discuss UNC and whether Georgia (and fans) are overlooking this team and their defense.
Hugh Douglas and Mark Zinno, who’s filling in for John Fricke this week, discuss the latest happening around the league! The guys discuss Browns WR Josh Gordon meeting with Roger Goodell regarding his return to the league, and Eugene Monroe retiring from the game. Did CTE play a role in him walking away? Also, find out if Hugh would still play the game knowing what we know about concussions in the NFL.
Mark Zinno, who is filling in for John Fricke this week, and Hugh Douglas discuss the biggest sports headlines this morning! The Braves losy their home opener against the Rockies last night; Mark Richt spoke at his first ACC Media Day; and did the NBA make the right decision by pulling the All-Star game out of Charlotte?
Hugh Douglas and Mark Zinno, who’s filling in for John Fricke this week, discuss the latest happening around the league! The Top-10 Madden 17 rookie ratings have been released. Find out who was on top and why Mark is irked that a kicker is in the Top-10.
Mark Zinno, who is filling in for John Fricke this week, and Hugh Douglas discuss the biggest sports headlines this morning! The Braves fall apart in the 6th inning; Clayton Kershaw may be done for the season; and the new Air Jordan 31 are a tribute to the originals
Brett McMurphy, College Football Insider for ESPN, joined Mark Zinno and Hugh Douglas on Wednesday to talk about the upcoming college football season. The news this morning was the Big 12 moving forward with expansion. McMurphy says the Big 12 doesn’t know what they want to do just yet.
Hugh Douglas and Mark Zinno, who’s filling in for John Fricke this week, discuss the latest happening around the league! Cam Newton said he wasn’t the best quaterback in the league after players voted him No. 1 on the NFL Networks Top-100 List. Find out who he said is the best while the guys debate whether he’s right or not.
Mark Zinno, who is filling in for John Fricke this week, and Hugh Douglas discuss the biggest sports headlines this morning! The Braves outlasted the Reds for a 5-4 victory last night in extra innings; the Big 12 moving forward with expansion; and is Tiger Woods done for good?
Charley Casserly, former NFL GM and current NFL Network Analyst, joined Mark and Hugh on Tuesday to talk about the Atlanta Falcons upcoming season. Casserly says there are too many issues to put it on just on one player, but they need to see more from Vic Beasley or they’ll have to draft defensively high again.