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Coy Wire is an American television anchor, correspondent, and former professional football player known for his tenure with the Buffalo Bills and the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL. Since 2015, he has been a prominent figure at CNN, anchoring CNN 10 and contributing to various sports coverage.
During his collegiate career at Stanford, Wire demonstrated remarkable versatility, leading the team in both rushing and tackles in different seasons. His professional football career was highlighted by his draft to the Buffalo Bills, where he started as a strong safety and later became a special teams standout, earning the title of Special Teams Player of the Year twice. His leadership qualities shone through as he was named a team captain for both the Bills and later the Atlanta Falcons, where he also received the Ed Block Courage Award.
Wire’s transition to media saw him initially providing analysis for Fox Sports before joining CNN. His role at CNN has been multifaceted, involving coverage of significant events like the FIFA Women’s World Cup and Super Bowl 50, and contributions across various CNN and HLN programs. His expertise has not only been limited to sports, as he has also taken on special assignments as a travel correspondent.
Collaboration has been a cornerstone of Wire’s career in broadcasting. He has worked alongside fellow journalists and anchors such as Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper, providing sports insights on their shows. In the realm of sports, he has interviewed prominent athletes like LeBron James, Serena Williams, and Tom Brady, offering viewers an intimate look at their lives and careers. Wire has also teamed up with sports analysts like Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless,
Wire’s contributions to the community are notable, with involvement in organizations like Make-A-Wish Georgia and speaking engagements that inspire a wide array of audiences. His book, “Change Your Mind,” reflects his commitment to motivating others.