Albert Breer Biography
Albert Breer is a current American football journalist and reporter for Sports Illustrated’s MMQB. Breer spent time covering the New England Patriots for The MetroWest Daily newborn on January 26, 1980, he contributed stories to the Boston Herald, and later covered the NFL for The Boston Globe, The Dallas Morning News, Sporting News and NFL Network. Before beginning his professional career, Albert completed his undergraduate degree in journalism at Ohio State University.
Albert Breer Career
Breer was the writer most often questioning Patriots coach Bill Belichick in the famous 2014 “We’re on to Cincinnati” press conference. Breer has said that this led the NFL Network to ban him from covering the Patriots for the remainder of his contract, which ended in June 2016.
Breer was suspended from the NFL Network from April 25, 2016 through June 1, 2016, for undisclosed reasons and was prohibited from posting on social media during that time. Prior to his suspension, he had agreed to take a position with the MMQB.
In May 2017 Breer dismissed widely reported allegations that baseball player Adam Jones was the target of racist taunts by fans at Fenway Park because according to Breer “I’ve probably been to 200 games at Fenway in my life. Never heard a slur yelled at a player.”
In 2017 Breer repeatedly defended NFL front offices against allegations of “blackballing” Colin Kaepernick for his decision to protest the national anthem.
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Albert Breer Wife
American Football audiences raised eyebrows when their gossip-favorite reporter got his wedding official in 2013. Albert Breer confirmed his wedding date on the registry.theknot.com. On 14 June 2013, he and his girlfriend, Emily Burkott, who is of Greek background, shared a wedding vows with each other in Chicopee, MA. On their wedding day, Albert chose their wedding song over an old-fashioned in London.
The pair now shares two children, one of them is Stephen, who was born in October 2015. In Albert’s tweet on 10 November 2017, he mentioned that his other son was only one-year-old at that time.
Albert Breer Net Worth
Breer collects the prominent parts of the net worth from his professional career as a football journalist and reporter. Breer had gone a long way in his career since he joined the media. After completing the graduation, the Boston-based reporter began his professional career in journalism. He was hired as the writer for NFL network in October 2009.
Since then, he has been covering for NFL Network for nine years. As per the PayScale, the salary of the Sports journalist/reporter ranges between $35,845. He also generates his income working for the Sports Illustrated’s MMQB.
Albert Breer 2018 Nfl Mock Draft
For weeks, The MMQB staff has been making their best educated guesses on how they think the first round of the 2019 NFL draft will play out. So with just one day left before the start of Round 1, we present a different kind of mock draft.
Here, we compile the picks of our staff’s last five mock drafts—Albert Breer on April 22, Jenny Vrentas on April 17, Conor Orr on April 10, Robert Klemko on April 3 and Kalyn Kahler on March 27—all in one place, allowing the reader to easily see our most recent predictions for every team’s pick(s). The explanations below are pulled from the writer’s mock. Plenty of things have changed since these mocks were published, most notably the Chiefs trading away their 2019 first-round pick and ’20 second-rounder to the Seahawks in exchange for DE Frank Clark, and the draft rumors continue to fly. None of these mocks account for Seattle picking at No. 29, so keep that in mind.
1. ARIZONA CARDINALS
ALBERT BREER: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
JENNY VRENTAS: Murray
CONOR ORR: Murray
ROBERT KLEMKO: *PROJECTED TRADE* Oakland drafts Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
KALYN KAHLER: Murray
2. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
BREER: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
3. NEW YORK JETS
BREER: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
VRENTAS: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
ORR: Josh Allen, DE/OLB, Kentucky
KAHLER: *PROJECTED TRADE* Giants draft Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
4. OAKLAND RAIDERS
BREER: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
VRENTAS: Josh Allen, DE/OLB, Kentucky
KLEMKO: *PROJECTED TRADE* Arizona drafts Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
KAHLER: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
Albert Breer Wedding
2018 has been quite some years that American football journalist Albert Breer pronounced his wedding vows with his wife, and people are wondering if those vows are still lingering to keep their married life intact.
Albert Breer is a reporter for Sports Illustrated’s MMQB. People often know him for covering the Patriots for the Metrowest Daily News.It was in 2017 when Albert defended NFL front offices against allegations of blackballing Colin Kaepernick for his commitment to protest the national anthem.
Albert Breer Antonio Brown
The Steelers have an Antonio Brown problem. And it’s a different problem than the one that they had in December.
Brown may not want to go to Buffalo, but there’s more to it than the locale. Another team involved in trade discussions earlier in the week, I’m told, walked because it was communicated to them that Brown wanted, again, to be the NFL’s highest-paid receiver under a new contract. My understanding is money was a factor for the Bills, too.
All this came after an interview with ESPN’s Jeff Darlington aired Saturday, during which Brown said, “I don’t even need football.” In turn, much of of the football world has decided it doesn’t need Brown. Or at least, it doesn’t need him under the present set of circumstances.
Albert Breer Articles
Read more articles from Albert Breer on SI.com.
Albert Breer Twitter
5.8 Pod!!! MMQB Honors! @JennyVrentas gets the payoff from her mock-draft derby destruction. PLUS Jenny, @ConorOrr in to break down #minicampSZN, including the 🐻🐻🐻 kicker competition. AND your ?s in the #6pack.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) May 8, 2019