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Wingo hosts his final NFL Live today

After 15 years in daily role, focus shifts to radio, Primetime, NFL Draft

Trey Wingo has been the host of NFL Live since ESPN launched its daily pro football news and information show in 2003. That 15-year run comes to close when Wingo hosts his final show today from Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis (1:30 p.m. ET).

Wingo will continue to be part of ESPN’s NFL presentation as host of NFL PrimeTime, the annual NFL Draft telecast and more, but Wendi Nix will assume the host chair Monday as Wingo turns his day-to-day attention to ESPN Radio’s new Golic and Wingo morning show.

“I have always admired the pride and ownership that Trey has taken in NFL Live. He is the show’s biggest advocate internally and he has always worked hard to promote it externally,” said Seth Markman, ESPN senior coordinating producer, NFL studio shows. “Trey has been the face of NFL Live and the most important person in making it a success.”

Markman added: “We will miss Trey’s day-to-day presence in our coverage but he will still continue to be a big part of what we do with the NFL.”

In the video above, Wingo discusses his run with NFL Live. In the video below, Wingo offers his thoughts on the best Super Bowl host city, favorite interview, most memorable NFL Live road trip and more “On The Clock.”

Shelby Lacy and Bill Hofheimer produced the videos.