Jeff Phelps is an American experienced sportscaster who works as a sports commentator for Fox Sports Ohio. In addition, he co-hosts the Cavaliers Live podcast on Fox Sports Ohio. He was a sports anchor and reporter for WUAB/WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio until joining Fox in 2003.
Jeff Phelps Age
Jeff Phelps was born in Akron, OH, in the United States. Due to his secretive nature, he has kept his exact date and year of birth hidden from the public eye.
Jeff Phelps Height
Jeff’s height is 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Jeff Phelps Family
Jeff is from Akron, Ohio, in the United States. Despite being a well-known journalist by profession, he has kept his personal life so private that he has not revealed the identity of his parents, their job, or even if he has any siblings. As a result, his youth remains a mystery.
Jeff Phelps Wife
Jeff is a happily married father of three. Jeff and his wife have three wonderful children. Furthermore, the couple lives in Medina, Ohio, in the United States.
Jeff Phelps Education
Jeff entered Woodridge High School in 1974 and graduated in 1978. He went on to Kent State University, where he earned a bachelor of arts in telecommunications in 1982.
Jeff Phelps Salary
Jeff annually pockets a salary of $110,000.
Jeff Phelps Net Worth
Jeff’s estimated net worth is $4 million.
Jeff Phelps Career
Jeff is a co-host of Cavaliers Live, a Cavaliers before and postgame show on Fox Sports Ohio. He began working for Fox Sports Ohio in 2003. He has hosted Cleveland Browns, Ohio State football play-by-play of Thursday Night High School Football, Cleveland Indians before and postgame shows, Mid-American Conference football and basketball games, and Mid-American Conference programming during his time at the station.
In addittion, he hosts and produces Cruise-In, a classic-car television show. He was inducted into the Radio/TV Broadcasters Hall of Fame of Ohio in 2007 while working for FOX. He also serves as a noon co-host for WKRK-FM (92.3 The Fan), a CBS radio station in Cleveland.
In addition, he began working for WKRM-FM in 2011 after the station shifted to a sports talk format, hosting Baskin & Phelps with Andy Baskin, a former WEWS-TV 5 sports director. In 2013, WKRK-FM was designated as the Cleveland Browns’ flagship station. As a result, he became a member of the Browns Radio Network gameday broadcast team, hosting the network’s pregame and postgame shows. Furthermore, in 2014, he served as the Cleveland Browns’ commentator for both preseason and postseason games.
He was a weekend sports anchor and sports reporter for WUAB/WOIO-10 TV’s o’clock news before joining Fox Sports Ohio in March 2003. He was named Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association while working for WUAB in 1994. He was a sportscaster for KJAC in Beaumont, Texas before joining WUAB. Furthermore, he began his sportscasting career as a sports reporter for WAKR AM 1590 and WAKR-TV 23 in Akron, Ohio. He is a co-host of Cavaliers Live, a Cavaliers before and postgame show on Fox Sports Ohio.