Turron Davenport (Journalist)

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Turron Davenport, an NFL Nation reporter for the Tennessee Titans at ESPN, joined the network in August 2018. In his role, he excels in crafting compelling features, breaking news stories, and delivering in-depth analysis for ESPN.com. Additionally, he’s a familiar face on ESPN television programs such as SportsCenter and NFL Live. Turron also makes valuable contributions to ESPN Radio.

Before his ESPN journey, Davenport spent two years covering the Philadelphia Eagles, including their victorious Super Bowl LII season, for The Eagles Wire of USA TODAY Sports Media Group. His prior experience includes two seasons covering the Baltimore Ravens for The Baltimore Times and three seasons with Bay Sports Net, where he reported on the San Francisco 49ers.

Beyond his reporting endeavors, Turron Davenport has a diverse background. He once served as the Director of Marketing/Client Relations for the Twenty10 Sports Management Group, where he skillfully negotiated marketing and advertising agreements on behalf of various NFL players. Furthermore, Davenport is a respected author, having written or co-authored three books: “Carson Wentz: Soaring with the Eagles,” “Football: A Love Story,” and “What Did Football Teach Me?”

Davenport’s commitment to his field is further demonstrated by his membership in the Pro Football Writers Association (PFWA). He earned his degree in marketing from Cheyney University in 2001, making him a well-rounded professional in the realm of sports journalism.

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