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Jaymee Sire is an American television host, blogger, and sportscaster. She previously worked for ESPN, where she hosted ‘SportsCenter:AM,’ the network’s main show in the morning. She’s also been on ESPN’s ‘College Football Live,’ ‘NFL Live,’ ‘Fantasy Football Now,’ and ‘NFL Insiders.’ Aside from that, she served as a judge on the 13th season of ‘Food Network Star’ and the 12th season of ‘Beat Bobby Flay.’ Sire also has her own culinary blog, ‘E is for Eat.’ In terms of accolades and honors, the American personality got the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication’s Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting. She also received the RTNA Golden Mike Award for Best Sports Feature Reporting and the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for Best Sports Story. She has also won an Emmy in San Francisco/Northern California for the show “All A’s: A’s in Japan.” When it comes to Sire’s personal life, she is a huge eater who enjoys a wide range of continental cuisines, and she even has a sandwich named after her: the Jaymee Sirewich. She is also a frequent traveler.

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The Career of Jaymee

In 2002, Jaymee Sire began her career as a sports and news reporter/anchor at CBS affiliate KRTV. From 2005 to 2006, she worked as a sideline reporter for KFMB-San TV’s Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts. She joined Comcast SportsNet two years later and worked as a reporter/sideline reporter/anchor for ‘SportsNet Central,’ ‘Giants Post Game Live,’ ‘Giants Pre Game Live,’ ‘Golden State Warriors,’ ‘San Jose Sharks games,’ and ‘Oakland A’s games.’

Sire hosted and produced ‘A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum’ in 2011. She joined ESPN two years later and worked as an anchor for ‘Highlight Express.’ She made her SportsCenter debut on May 5, 2013.

Following that, Sire worked as a sideline reporter for both the ‘College World Series and the ‘League World Series.’ She hosted the morning edition of the network’s flagship show, ‘SportsCenter: AM,’ in 2016.

She then hosted ‘College Football Live,’ ‘NFL Live,’ ‘Fantasy Football Now,’ and ‘NFL Insiders,’ among other shows. Jaymee Sire then left ESPN to serve as a judge on the 13th season of ‘Food Network Star’ and the 12th season of ‘Beat Bobby Flay.’ She will soon be seen reporting on the show ‘Iron Chef Showdown,’ which was confirmed in 2017.

Her Personal Experiences

Dennis and Wendy Sire gave birth to Jaymee Sire on August 25, 1980, in Great Falls, Montana. She attended Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow School of Communication and worked as a news anchor and reporter for WSU Cable 8.

From 2000 to 2001, she was the president of the Kappa Delta sorority. Sire is married to Jeff Rosenberg, the president of Tristar Productions, and they have two children.

Estimated Net worth

According to reliable sources, Sire’s net worth might be as high as $1.5 million, which is rather respectable, don’t you think? Her net worth will undoubtedly rise in the next years if she maintains her current level of accomplishment.