PHOTOS: Let’s Meet ESPN’s Gorgeous New SportsCenter Anchor Amina Smith Who’s Dating A Kansas City Chiefs Player

Amina Smith posing with Celtics background
Sports fans love sports, and since the majority of them are men, they also like seeing attractive women speaking about it.

Emmy award-winning television host Amina Smith has joined ESPN as an anchor for SportsCenter and she is already going viral.

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“Joining ESPN is truly a dream come true,” she said. “I’m excited for the opportunity to connect with fans blending my knowledge and passion for sports and entertainment to deliver engaging, fun, and thoughtful content.

“As a former athlete and being surrounded by sports my entire life, ESPN has always been in the picture and I’m ecstatic to finally call the network home – a place where I can continue to show up as my authentic self while connecting with viewers from all walks of life.”


Fans absolutely love her:

Smith joined NBC Sports Boston in 2021, where she served as an on-air and podcast host and contributor.

Her final day will be on March 20th. This may also be the date of her last broadcast — the Celtics play the Bucks at home that evening.

Amina Smith, who has spent the last three years as a Celtics and Patriots studio host at NBC Sports Boston, is married to Kansas City Chiefs safety Deon Bush.

Smith graduated from the University of Miami and started her professional career at 6 News in Lawrence, Kansas. From there, she would move into sports roles with Fox Sports, Big Ten Network, BET Networks, and Stadium Sports.

In 2022, Smith won a New England Emmy for Outstanding Sports Programming – Live as the host of Patriots Pregame Live.

She is a welcome addition to the Worldwide Leader in Sports.

REPORT: Kansas City Chiefs Reveal Kicker Harrison Butker Could Be Demoted Next Season


Harrison Butker kicking a footballHarrison Butker (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
The Kansas City Chiefs have revealed they’re considering benching Harrison Butker for kickoffs next season.

Butker has been performing kickoffs for the Chiefs since his rookie season in 2017 but could see the role handed to someone else in 2024.

Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to reporters on Thursday and disclosed the team is mulling over keeping Butker benched for kickoffs.

While the kicker has been catching criticism from all over due to the controversial comments he made earlier in May, his potential benching has nothing to do with it. They’re considering it so he doesn’t take hits all season.

“I like to have somebody who is able to make a tackle, Butker is able to make a tackle, but I really don’t want him making tackles all year long,” Toub explained.

The NFL is set to introduce a new kickoff rule in 2024, and Toub has noticed that kickers in the UFL have been taking hard hits as they’re more involved in tackling.

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