Jason McIntyre Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox Sports
Jason Mcintyre Biography
Jason McIntyre is a known American journalist. Presently he works as a FOX Sports gambling analyst. Also, he writes about the NFL and NBA Draft, he began working at FS1 in 2016. Since then, he has been featured on every show on the network.
Jason Mcintyre Age
Jason Mcintyre was born in the USA. He hasnt revealed out details on his exact age, however, a review on this is going on and will soon update this segment.
Jason Mcintyre Height
Jason stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Jason Mcintyre Education
Jason studied and graduated with from James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in journalism.
Jason Mcintyre Family
Jason has kept details about his parents and siblings away from the limelight, however, research on this segment is going on and will soon update this part.
Jason Mcintyre Wife
Jason is happily married to his unidentified wife, together they are blessed with two kids and the family stays in Los Angeles, California, United States of America.
Jason Mcintyre Salary
Jason annually receives a salary of $69,115.
Jason Mcintyre Net Worth
Jason’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Jason Mcintyre Career
Jason works on the FS1 show called SPEAK FOR YOURSELF as a contributor, also he works together with Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock as a co-host. Also, he works on a sports media blog owned by USA Today called“The Big Lead,” as the editor-in-chief.
Additionally, he works on FOX Sports Radio as a host, he began working here in September 2015. Before, he worked for a national radio show for Yahoo Sports Radio as a host.
He initiated a production gambling content on the NBA, college football as well as NFL for FOX Sports in 2017. Prior, he worked for FOX called “Coming Up Winners,” in 2018 and 2019 on a gambling podcast. Previously, he launched his own website called “The Big Lead” but he later sold it in 2010.
He began his media career as a staff writer at The Bergen Record (N.J.). Then he moved to magazines and started working as a reporter prior to becoming an editor at US Weekly. In the bargain, he also worked for many outlets such as CBSSports.com. ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine, and Maxim as a freelancer.