Erin Andrews says goodbye to husband before NFL season
Veteran Fox Sports activities reporter Erin Andrews bid farewell to her husband, Jarret Stoll, earlier than she makes her return to the sidelines Sunday in Week 1 of the NFL season.
Andrews took to Instagram final week to share a smiling photograph with Stoll, who’s a former professional hockey participant, that confirmed the couple on the seashore in Punta Mita.
“See you in you in February babe. ❤️❤️ @stolly28,” Andrews, 44, quipped in her caption.
The “Calm Down” podcast host married Stoll in June 2017 after he proposed at Disneyland in Dec. 2016. Stoll performed 15 seasons within the NHL for the Oilers, Kings, Rangers and Minnesota Wild. He received two Stanley Cups, each with the Kings in 2012 and 2014.
The couple loved some R&R final month on the 4 Seasons Resort, the place they lounged in a non-public pool and sipped cocktails, earlier than the beginning of Andrews’ busy NFL schedule.
Andrews will kick off the 2022-23 NFL season with Fox Sports activities on Sunday, masking the Packers-Vikings recreation with Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen.
Andrews “quietly” re-signed with Fox on a three-year deal after her longtime colleagues, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, left the community for ESPN this offseason. The Submit’s Andrew Marchand first reported in February that Aikman was anticipated to depart Fox Sports activities.
“I figured sufficient was sufficient with the headlines for some time,” Andrews stated during an episode of the SI Media Podcast in June. “My deal was up in August. Fox got here to me just about immediately and simply stated, ‘We wanna maintain you right here.’ At that time, I used to be unaware of who I used to be gonna be doing the video games with.”
Andrews will finally work video games with Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, at any time when the seven-time Tremendous Bowl champ decides to hold up his cleats for actual. Andrews joined Fox Sports activities from ESPN in 2012.
Brady will transition to the published sales space as Fox Sports activities’ lead NFL analyst when he decides to formally retire. He agreed to a monster 10-year, $375 million deal with Fox in Could, as first reported by The Submit.