Jason Whitlock

Jason Whitlock is one of the renowned sports journalists of the industry. He has also been a former columnist at the Kansas City in the sports field only.

Personal life

Jason Whitlock was born as Jason Lee Whitlock, in the year 1967, on April 27, according to his biography. He holds an American nationality and belongs from the African descent. His patents were Joyce Whitlock and James Whitlock. He grew up with his brother James Whitlock II. He has spent a major part of his life in Indianapolis, Indiana. There is very little information about his early education life. He went to the Warren Central High School, located in the Warren Township. During his high school days, he was very interested in football and was also a major part of his school's football team.

Later, after completing his high school education, he went to Ball State University, where he received a football scholarship. He played there as an offensive lineman. In the year 1990, he earned a graduate degree In journalism from the same university. Coming to his personal life, he never revealed anything to the media neither did he hid too much from the media. According to the recent reports, he is not involved in any kind of love relationship or, does not even have any marital history in the past.


Jason Whitlock has paved on a very impressive and nice career path for himself in the life journey. He began his career as a columnist with the popular magazine, Kansas City. He wrote several articles with the magazine which became a popular talk of the town.

Jason started working for ESPN in 2002, in which he co-hosted several shows including Pardon the Interruption and Jim Rome is burning. He left ESPN for Fox news. Jason and Marcellus Wiley, on Fox News co-host ‘Speak for yourself’, a sports show. On the request of John Skipper, the President of ESPN, Jason Whitlock, returned to ESPN in 2013.

Last Modified: Mar 6, 2020

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