Jason Lee Whitlock is a sports journalist known for use of epic words in his day to day articles. He co-hosts the daily sports TV show Speak For Yourself alongside Colin Cowherd on Fox Sports 1. Whitlock is a former sportswriter for ESPN and former columnist for the Kansas City Star, AOL Sports and Foxsports.com as well as a radio personality for WHB and KCSP sports stations in the Kansas City area.
Jason Whitlock was born Jason Lee Whitlock on April 27, 1967, in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. He is an American and belongs to the white ethnicity.
He attends the Ball State University on a football scholarship and played on an offensive lineman. Jason graduated with a degree in journalism from the is University.
Jason Whitlock started his career as a part-time worker for The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Indiana. Later, he served as a full-time reporter for The Charlotte Observer.
In 1992, he joined the Ann Arbor News and he covered the news for University of Michigan for 2 years. After two years, he went to Kansas City Star and served there until 2010. In 2002, he also worked as a columnist for ESPN. However, he left the channel in 2006 and joined AOL sports.
Whitlock also gets involved with FOX Sports but after five years he left the channel and returned to ESPN.
Besides this, he is also known as an actor. He has appeared in movies like Pardon the Interruption (2001), Rome Is Burning (2003) and Speak for Yourself 92016).
Talking about Jason relationship status, he is a single. He has not yet committed to a girlfriend but writes mainly married to his work than actual relationships. He hung out with many girls in the past but none that have started dating, Jason. Jason seems more focused on his work and has no intention to settled soon.
Jason has a net worth of approximately around $2.1 million. It was all thanks to Fox for its three-year contract which contributed a lot to build his worth.Edit