Adam Schein NFL.Com Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Salary and Net worth

Adam Schein is an American journalist currently working as a radio and TV sportscaster for NFL.com since 2012.

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Adam Schein is an American journalist currently working as a radio and TV sportscaster for NFL.com since 2012.

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Adam Schein Biography

Schein graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications in 1999 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. He won the John Bayliss Award for Excellence in Radio Journalism in 1998 and 1999.

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Schein began his career a year after his graduation, in 2001, where he hosted a talk show on WFAN radio in NYC, following which he also worked for Fox Sports Radio and Sirus XM. Since August 2015, he has been working as a host of Inside the NFL and is also a regular columnist for NFL.com since 2012. Besides, Schein is also recognized as a football analyst for Sportsnet New York and writes a football column.

Schein hosts “Time to Schein” weeknights at 6 EST on CBS Sports Network. He became the host of “That Other Pregame Show” on CBS Sports Network in September 2013. He is also the host of NFL Monday QB on the CBS Sports Network with Phil Simms, Rich Gannon, Trent Green, and Steve Beuerlein, which launched in 2012.

Schein was appointed Inside the NFL’s host on Showtime in August 2015, working with Phil Simms, Boomer Esiason, and Brandon Marshall. He is also an NFL.com columnist and since 2012 has been with the blog. He previously hosted Loud Mouths with Chris Carlin at 5:30 Eastern time on SNY weeknights. From 2006 to 2015, Schein was with SNY and was on SNY’s Jets Post Game Live and Jets Nat.

Adam Schein Age

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Adam Schein Family

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Adam Schein Wife

He is currently married to Katie Schein.

Adam Schein Children

He has two daughters Jolie and Maya and a son named Theo.

Adam Schein Height

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Adam Schein Salary Range

He earns an estimated salary of between $5k-$10k annually.

Adam Schein Net Worth Range

He has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

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When Boomer mentioned that Adam Schein will be hosting his own show on CBS Sports Network, it was news to Craig. Schein, of course, has been part of the CBS Sports Network family for some time now, serving as host of “That Other Pregame Show” (TOPS) during the NFL season. Boomer and Craig were both happy for their colleague’s new gig, but the more it was discussed it became pretty clear that Craigie wasn’t thrilled with the process in which the decision was reached

WFAN Wanted Adam Schein As Francesa’s Replacement

WFAN-AM held “recent talks to sign SiriusXM host Adam Schein,” as the station was already planning again for “life after Mike Francesa,” according to sources cited by Andrew Marchand of N.Y. POST. Several scenarios were proposed by WFAN VP/Programming Mark Chernoff, including the “idea of even pairing Schein with Francesa for a short period before Schein would take over for Francesa when the sports radio icon signs off for good at the station.” Ultimately, Schein will “not be joining” WFAN, as he has “opted to stay with SiriusXM,” signing a new deal to remain the mid-morning show host on Mad Dog Radio.

Schein will also continue hosting “Time To Schein,” his daily program on CBS Sports Network. The idea of Francesa “having a partner may have eventually been a non-starter on both sides, as he and Schein have been solo acts for years.” Chernoff said, “We are 100% committed to Mike Francesa.” But WFAN does “need to plan for its future because it has no way of knowing what Francesa is thinking.” He has lamented on-air that doing the radio show and the “Mike’s On” app “might not be compatible.” He has given “no definitive plan, leaving the station in limbo

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