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Ian Rapoport is an American sportswriter, journalist, commentator, and television analyst.
Since April 2012, he has worked for the NFL Network as a primary reporter for 'NFL Insider', in Rye, New York. Rapoport hosts the morning show on the NFL Network.
On the show, 'Good Morning Football', Rapoport airs the station reports. He spent three years as an Alabama beat reporter for 'The Birmingham News', before joining the NFL Network.
Ian Rapoport has been covering National Football League games since 2009, and is a popular figure in American football coverage.
Keep reading to learn more about Ian Rapoport, including his birthday, net worth, and career highlights!
Ian Rapoport has an estimated net worth of $1 million, as of 2022.
The NFL Network pays its correspondents an average of $33,774-112,519 in salary. Rapoport's yearly earnings are around $65,000, but this may vary depending on his other appearances.
Ian Rapoport is 5 ft 7 in (170 cm) tall.
Ian Rapoport was born on January 9, 1980, in Westchester County, New York, so he turned 42 years old in January 2022.
Ian Rapoport was born and raised in Westchester County, New York. He graduated from Hackley School, in Tarrytown, New York, in 1998. Rapoport then attended Columbia University, where he graduated with an degree in History in 2002.
Ian Rapoport is married to Leah Rapoport, who worked for Starbucks Coffee Company as a shop manager, from 2010-2019. The couple first met in 2006 and got married on May 10, 2009.
Ian Rapoport and his wife have two sons, Max Rapoport and Jude Rapoport.
Fred Rapoport, his father, is a doctor at the reputable Beth Israel Hospital in New York City, and Esta Rapoport, his mother, is an adjunct professor at the top-ranked Fordham University in New York.
He has a younger brother named Jake Rapoport and a younger sister named Mimi Rapoport. His brother, Jake Rapoport, is the creator of NFL RedZone Replay and a baseball writer.
Starting in 2004, Ian Rapoport covered the Mississippi State Bulldogs as a reporter for the Jackson Clarion-Ledger for two years. In order to cover the Alabama Crimson Tide, he joined 'The Birmingham News' in August 2006. After three years, he applied to 'The Boston Herald', where he indicated that, similar to how he had covered Nick Saban, the coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide, he would also cover Bill Belichick, according to 'Pardon My Take'.
After getting the job in July 2009, he spent three seasons as a Patriots beat correspondent for 'The Boston Herald'. In 2012, Rapoport joined the National Football League (NFL) Network. Along with NFL.com, NFL Mobile, NFL Films, NFL Now, and NFL RedZone, the National Football League also owns NFL Network, a division of NFL Media.
Ian Rapoport is the host of the NFL Network's morning show and the popular television program 'Good Morning Football', where he airs station updates every week at 7 am. He is also a regular on the NFL Draft, NFL Playoffs, and Super Bowl pregame shows, capturing life during football seasons.
Ian Rapoport and his family launched an effort to serve over 8,000 youngsters in Chicago, Fort Myers, and Louisville to help children worldwide, by providing meals and basic school materials.
Ian Rapoport is an avid baseball fan.
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