Tiffany Blackmon

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Tiffany Blackmon
Tiffany Danielle Blackmon

(1984-10-10) October 10, 1984 (age 39)
Education Georgia State University
Occupation Sports reporter

Tiffany Danielle Blackmon (born October 10, 1984) is an American sports reporter for NFL on CBS and College Football on CBS Sports. She previously was a sports reporter at NFL Network and ESPN College Football. [1] [2]


Early life and education

Blackmon is the daughter of Jacqueline and former NFL linebacker and former NFL assistant coach Donald Blackmon. [3] Blackmon has one sister Candice and one brother Donald Jr. [4] Blackmon was a four-year starter for the North Gwinnett High School soccer team, where she was named defensive MVP and overall MVP. Blackmon was selected All-Gwinnett County high school team. Blackmon also was selected to the All-State team. [4] Blackmon attended Georgia State University, where she played 49 games with the soccer team.


Prior to joining NFL Network, Blackmon worked as an anchor and reporter for Comcast SportsNet Houston. [5] Blackmon was the co-host for the weekly Houston Rockets All-Access show. [1] Blackmon also served as the host of SportsNet Reports. [1] Blackmon also worked at the NBC affiliate KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, where she was the reporter for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA. [1]

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