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Molly Qerim is an ESPN sports anchor and moderator who is well-known. She has worked as a breaking news reporter for ESPN 2’s ‘Fantasy Football Now,’ for which she was awarded an Emmy. She’s also worked as a correspondent for ESPN’s ‘MMA Live’ program. Aside from that, Qerim has worked for the NFL Network as a sports reporter. ‘NFL Fantasy Live’ and ‘NFL AM’ on NFL Network have both included her as a host. She has also worked as a CBS Sports Network journalist, covering events such as the NCAA Tournament, the US Open, National Signing Day, and college football. ‘SEC Tonight,’ ‘Full Court Press,’ ‘SEC Tailgate Show,’ ‘Bracket Breakdown,’ and ‘MaxPreps Lemming Report’ are among the programmes for which the American broadcaster has worked as a studio anchor. And there’s more on the way! She has covered the UFC on Fuel TV. Qerim is now one of the most sought-after reporters/journalists in the television industry as a result of all of these efforts. She is currently a United Way Ambassador, where she is working on the ‘Team NFL’ initiative. Hundreds of thousands of people follow Molly Qerim on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, indicating her internet fame.

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Career of Molly

Molly Qerim began her career as a reporter and anchor for CBS Sports Network, where she covered events such as the NCAA Tournament, the US Open, National Signing Day, and college football. She worked as a studio anchor for shows such as ‘SEC Tonight,’ ‘Full Court Press,’ ‘SEC Tailgate Show,’ ‘Bracket Breakdown,’ and ‘MaxPreps Lemming Report,’ among others. Qerim has hosted the annual World MMA Awards on several occasions throughout her career.

She’s also worked for Versus (now NBCSN), FS1 and ESPN, where she covered the UFC. The American anchor presented College Football Live on ESPN and ESPN2 in 2008. She co-hosted ESPNU’s ‘Campus Connection’ and worked as a breaking news correspondent for ESPN2’s ‘Fantasy Football Now.’ In her journalism career, Qerim has covered numerous Super Bowls, NBA All-Star Games, MLB All-Star Games, NBA Draft, and Heisman Trophy presentations. She replaced Cari Champion as the permanent host of ESPN2’s ‘First Take’ in 2015.

Personal Experiences of Molly

Molly Qerim was born in New Haven, Connecticut on March 31, 1984. She’s half-Albanian and half-Italian. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications with a minor in business administration from the University of Connecticut. Quinnipiac University awarded her a master’s degree in broadcast journalism later on.

In 2016, Qerim began dating Jalen Rose, a former professional basketball player. Aside from that, the media has no further information on the American correspondent’s personal life. However, Qerim is said to earn a lot of money from her journalistic and hosting careers, as evidenced by her income and net worth. Her annual earnings and net wealth were estimated to be about $500k and $3 million in 2016.

Estimated Net Worth

Molly Qerim estimated nеt wоrth is аrоund $4 million as of February 2022. She started working as ESPN sports anchor and moderator and was paid a salary of $50,000.