CBS Releases NFL Correspondent List

M. EccherCorrespondent IJuly 30, 2009

JACKSON, MS - JULY 31: New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees #9 practices while attending New Orleans Saints Training Camp at Millsaps College July 31, 2008 in Jackson, Mississippi. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

Want to congratulate the Bleacher Creature who scored a correspondent job with your favorite team?

Want to know if the guy who edged you out is any good?

Now you can.

The list hit the Web in a CBS press release yesterday.

I don't have 32 bits of insight to offer up, so I'll leave the play-by-play and breakdown on each individual team to those in the know within those respective communities.

If you're curious about which teams wound up with a B/R selection and which ones landed an outside hire, it's easy enough to plug the names from the press release into the B/R search box and see what turns up.

The results ranged from B/R young guns, to longtime veterans who took the time to write the contest articles anyway (good for you, by the way), to correspondents who don't have a B/R profile at all.

For those who didn't make it, the list gives some measure of transparency.

For those who did? It's training camp time—show us what you've got.

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