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" data-modal-description=" Rhett Lewis is the host of NFL Network's NFL AM, which airs Monday - Friday at 6AM ET, and The Aftermath, which airs Monday at 3PM ET.
Rhett joined NFL Network in July of 2014. Prior to joining NFL Network, Rhett spent five years as an anchor and reporter at WHDH in Boston. During his time there, he covered all four major pro championships (Super Bowl, NBA Finals, World Series and Stanley Cup Final), and five championships in total. Before joining WHDH in May of 2009, Rhett spent eight months at WVUE, the Fox affiliate in his hometown of New Orleans. Prior to joining WVUE, Rhett spent two years as the Sports Director at the CBS affiliate (KLBK) in Lubbock, Texas. A graduate of Indiana University, Rhett received a B.S. in Sports Broadcasting in 2005 and a M.S. in Sports Administration in 2006. Rhett also was a member of the Indiana University football team as a wide receiver. Rhett's father has been a head trainer in the NFL for 40 seasons - 31 with the New Orleans Saints, two with the Washington Redskins and seven with the Detroit Lions. ">


www.nfl.com

" data-modal-description=" Rhett Lewis is the host of NFL Network's NFL AM, which airs Monday - Friday at 6AM ET, and The Aftermath, which airs Monday at 3PM ET.
Rhett joined NFL Network in July of 2014. Prior to joining NFL Network, Rhett spent five years as an anchor and reporter at WHDH in Boston. During his time there, he covered all four major pro championships (Super Bowl, NBA Finals, World Series and Stanley Cup Final), and five championships in total. Before joining WHDH in May of 2009, Rhett spent eight months at WVUE, the Fox affiliate in his hometown of New Orleans. Prior to joining WVUE, Rhett spent two years as the Sports Director at the CBS affiliate (KLBK) in Lubbock, Texas. A graduate of Indiana University, Rhett received a B.S. in Sports Broadcasting in 2005 and a M.S. in Sports Administration in 2006. Rhett also was a member of the Indiana University football team as a wide receiver. Rhett's father has been a head trainer in the NFL for 40 seasons - 31 with the New Orleans Saints, two with the Washington Redskins and seven with the Detroit Lions. ">


www.nfl.com

" data-modal-description=" Rhett Lewis is the host of NFL Network's NFL AM, which airs Monday - Friday at 6AM ET, and The Aftermath, which airs Monday at 3PM ET.
Rhett joined NFL Network in July of 2014. Prior to joining NFL Network, Rhett spent five years as an anchor and reporter at WHDH in Boston. During his time there, he covered all four major pro championships (Super Bowl, NBA Finals, World Series and Stanley Cup Final), and five championships in total. Before joining WHDH in May of 2009, Rhett spent eight months at WVUE, the Fox affiliate in his hometown of New Orleans. Prior to joining WVUE, Rhett spent two years as the Sports Director at the CBS affiliate (KLBK) in Lubbock, Texas. A graduate of Indiana University, Rhett received a B.S. in Sports Broadcasting in 2005 and a M.S. in Sports Administration in 2006. Rhett also was a member of the Indiana University football team as a wide receiver. Rhett's father has been a head trainer in the NFL for 40 seasons - 31 with the New Orleans Saints, two with the Washington Redskins and seven with the Detroit Lions. ">


www.nfl.com

" data-modal-description=" Rhett Lewis is the host of NFL Network's NFL AM, which airs Monday - Friday at 6AM ET, and The Aftermath, which airs Monday at 3PM ET.
Rhett joined NFL Network in July of 2014. Prior to joining NFL Network, Rhett spent five years as an anchor and reporter at WHDH in Boston. During his time there, he covered all four major pro championships (Super Bowl, NBA Finals, World Series and Stanley Cup Final), and five championships in total. Before joining WHDH in May of 2009, Rhett spent eight months at WVUE, the Fox affiliate in his hometown of New Orleans. Prior to joining WVUE, Rhett spent two years as the Sports Director at the CBS affiliate (KLBK) in Lubbock, Texas. A graduate of Indiana University, Rhett received a B.S. in Sports Broadcasting in 2005 and a M.S. in Sports Administration in 2006. Rhett also was a member of the Indiana University football team as a wide receiver. Rhett's father has been a head trainer in the NFL for 40 seasons - 31 with the New Orleans Saints, two with the Washington Redskins and seven with the Detroit Lions. ">


www.nfl.com

" data-modal-description=" Rhett Lewis is the host of NFL Network's NFL AM, which airs Monday - Friday at 6AM ET, and The Aftermath, which airs Monday at 3PM ET.
Rhett joined NFL Network in July of 2014. Prior to joining NFL Network, Rhett spent five years as an anchor and reporter at WHDH in Boston. During his time there, he covered all four major pro championships (Super Bowl, NBA Finals, World Series and Stanley Cup Final), and five championships in total. Before joining WHDH in May of 2009, Rhett spent eight months at WVUE, the Fox affiliate in his hometown of New Orleans. Prior to joining WVUE, Rhett spent two years as the Sports Director at the CBS affiliate (KLBK) in Lubbock, Texas. A graduate of Indiana University, Rhett received a B.S. in Sports Broadcasting in 2005 and a M.S. in Sports Administration in 2006. Rhett also was a member of the Indiana University football team as a wide receiver. Rhett's father has been a head trainer in the NFL for 40 seasons - 31 with the New Orleans Saints, two with the Washington Redskins and seven with the Detroit Lions. ">


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