First-year ESPN Monday Night Football sideline reporter Lisa Salters, working tonight’s Chicago Bears-Dallas Cowboys game, has a role that allows her to share compelling stories in different ways.
Salters recently spent time with Bears’ wide receiver Brandon Marshall, delving into the Pro Bowler’s off-field conflicts and subsequent diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder – explained as the “ticking time bomb.”
Salters’ report will be aired on E:60 Tuesday, 7 p.m. ET.
This weekend, while in Dallas prepping for tonight’s game, she took some time to talk about her one-on-one opportunity with a candid Marshall (video above):
Tomorrow, ESPN’s award-winning news magazine, E:60, in the midst of an 11-week run, will present pieces on Marshall, Wake Forest’s Kevin Jordan, who received the ultimate ‘sacrifice” from his coach in helping him overcome Anca Vasculitis, and an FBI agent who resumed running marathons as a way to show the world his love for daughter, Paisley, born with Down Syndrome.