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Jamie Erdahl – born December 3, 1988 – is a reporter for CBS Sports.

She currently serves as an NFL on CBS sideline reporter, teamed up with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green.

Jamie is also used during the NCAA basketball regular season, and on CBS/Turner March Madness coverage. She joined the company in 2014, and contributes to CBS Sports Network as a studio host.

Erdahl worked at New England Sports Network prior to joining CBS. In 2013, she filled in on the sidelines for Jenny Dell during the Boston Red Sox season.

In 2014, NESN named Erdahl the Boston Bruins rink side reporter. She also worked in studio hosting NESN’s 30-minute live news shows.

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