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Dan Levy has been the National Lead Writer for Bleacher Report since joining the company in 2011 and in 2013 added the role as a co-host of The Morning B/Reakaway, 7-10am on Bleacher Report Radio on SiriusXM. He has covered many national and international events that include Super Bowls, major golf championships, NBA and MLB playoffs, March Madness and the FIFA World Cup.

With a professional background in media and public relations, Levy focuses much of his attention on stories that highlight the social, cultural and even political evolution of sports. Since joining B/R, Levy has been a guest on literally hundreds of radio, television and online outlets around the world, including appearances on CNN, HLN and CNN International.

Prior to joining B/R, Levy was a host of the long-running, critically admired On the DL podcast, a daily show that focused on sports, media and popular culture. In addition, Levy previously worked for Sporting News—writing for several digital properties for the company—and was contributor for popular Philadelphia sports blog The 700 Level, as well as the Philadelphia Inquirer and Washington Post.

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  • Pierce Pyneda posted 27 days ago

    Pierce Pyneda

    for those who continue to deny the Giants the accolade of being a "dynasty", Jeremy Afeldt had the perfect answer - "Kiss my ring!"

  • Craig Lou posted 28 days ago

    Craig Lou

    In your recent Giants Dynasty article (questioning if the Giants are a dynasty):

    You wrote that the Giants "aren't even that good" "over the last five seasons." Are you kidding me?! They won 3 championships. They proved they were the best baseball team by far over the last five seasons.

    You also wrote: "Hell, the Giants didn't even win their division this season." Since they won the championship, does this even matter? No, it doesn't. Be definition, they proved they are the champions this year.

    This article seems to be premised on poor logic, rendering your conclusions baseless IMHO.

  • Michael Kroll posted 114 days ago

    Michael Kroll


    While your Bon Jovi and the Bills article is a clever little piece or writing, it is also horribly misinformed.

    While it is true that the Bills have not won a playoff game since December 30, 1995, does this mean we do not deserve to have a football team? Are the fans to blame for the team's lackluster on-field performance? No, of coarse fact the fans continue to support the team despite a NFL high 14 year long playoff drought.

    Also your point of the Bills needing to go to Toronto to attract "marquee free agents" is also way off base. Mario Williams came to Buffalo BECAUSE they are a small town, not in spite of it. Money talks my friend....and when you are any NFL team, you have a lot of it. Forbes ranks the Buffalo Bills as one of the 10 most profitable teams in the NFL.

    And to your point that "Bon Jovi didn't say he plans to move the Bills." That's because he can't say that. The minute he says that, he will be ineligible to purchase the team. The fact that he has aligned himself with Toronto business men, scouted Toronto stadium locations and wrote a very carefully worded letter is all the evidence you should need. The Toronto Sun, Toronto Star all have reported that his intentions are to move the team.

    So with all due respect to you sir...please get your facts straight. Especially when stealing our team would be a real shot through the ...ahhhh, never mind.

  • Julie Dee posted 136 days ago

    Julie Dee

    I like your article and you are correct that it's time to redefine American soccer. My view is perhaps out of the box, but I think that the only way American male soccer can mature and compete with Europe and South America is by creating a transnational soccer competition on the American peninsula including soccer teams from Canada, USA, Mexico and Costa Rica. This will generate the critical mass that USA soccer needs in the short term. The critical mass being more rivalry, more fans, better players, more financial investments in the sport to compete with the established popular sports in the USA. This soccer league will strenghten soccer's position in the US and lower the barrier to compete on the world stage. So, here you have my 2 cents worth solution. Given the recent results of the US team in Brasil they deserve to play on the world stage, but it takes vision, resources and hard work to accelerate the US performance level. Regards, JD.

  • Timothy Midgley posted 136 days ago

    Timothy Midgley

    Great article about the growth of soccer in the USA. Soccer will continue to grow at a great rate because it is is the most played game in this country. More young people play soccer for recreation than play American football, basketball, or even baseball. Since it is already the most popular sport from that point of view, I agree that making it the most popular sport on TV is really just an exercise in marketing.

  • Tim walsh posted 137 days ago

    Tim walsh

    If Manziel wasn't rolling up that bill for drug use, what was the purpose? There is no other reason in the world to roll up dollar bills in the bathroom like that if you are not using it to snort drugs. Maybe it wasn't cocaine, but it was for some substance. I'd be happy to be proven wrong if somebody can supply me with some other reason a person would be tightly rolling up a bill in the bathroom.

  • john haselden posted 141 days ago

    john haselden

    New Zealand All Blacks 145- Japan Cherry Blossoms 17
    Australia 142 Namibia 0
    England 111 Uruguay 13

    yep never will there be a bigger blow out, good luck with that.

  • Mark yeoh posted 149 days ago

    Mark yeoh

    bitch please. fuck usa and go and play your hand-egg...american faggot and leave football to real men..

  • Brint McCookie posted 158 days ago

    Brint McCookie

    Hey Dan. Bradely didn't say the quote in your latest article, Tim Howard did.

  • Jose Gil-Figueroa posted 171 days ago

    Jose Gil-Figueroa

    Dan, Thanks for the great article on Klinsmann and Wilbon! I cannot agree further! Way to stick it to the american way of gaining attention especially between sports personalities.