Solomon Wilcots – born 9 October 1964 – is a former American football defensive back in the NFL.
He is a former NFL commentator for CBS Sports.
Wilcots played six seasons in the league for the Cincinnati Bengals, Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Wilcots began his television career as a weekend sports anchor for NBC Cincinnati affiliate WLWT from 1994 until 2003. During this time he spent three seasons (1998–2000) as a sideline reporter for ESPN’s Sunday Night football, for which he received an Emmy Award in 2000 for sideline reporting.
In 2001, Wilcots joined CBS, where he is currently a color commentator for CBS football telecasts, paired with Spero Dedes. He is also an analyst on the NFL Network’s NFL Total Access show.
For several years, Wilcots served as a television announcer for New Orleans Saints preseason games alongside Tim Brando.
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