Erin Coscarelli is a widely recognized American anchor who is best known for her TV work with the NFL. Born in Los Angeles, it was her two elder brothers that instilled a love of sports. She grew up playing basketball and volleyball in high school and by her admission was incredibly competitive. Coscarelli attended the University of Southern California where she studied Communications and Journalism, combining her passions for sport and broadcasting.
While she was studying, she was a member of KUSC radio station and Annenberg TV News, and hosted her own show covering the USC-football team. Upon graduation, she began her career as a sideline reporter for various networks. In 2013 she was hired by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area as an anchor and reporter covering the Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers, and San Francisco Giants.
Coscarelli joined the NFL Network team in 2014 upon leaving CSN Bay Area, and became the host of ‘NFL AM', alongside Rhett Lewis. She later was the host of ‘Fantasy and Friends' on the network. Coscarelli has also reported for ESPN, where she covered the World Series of Poker and the Summer X Games. She has also worked on the Tennis Channel and is currently a host for the Los Vegas Raiders.
Away from her TV work, Coscarelli has worked tirelessly for the local community. She is a member of The Young Professionals Council, which supports the Nationwide Children's Hospital. She also strives to recognize inspirational women who have made a difference in all spheres of life, most notably with her series of Women Crush Wednesday profiles on her Instagram account.