Katherine Terrell Biography, Wiki, Career, Age, Family, and Net Worth

In August 2016, Katherine Terrell became a member of ESPN, taking on the role of the Cincinnati Bengals beat reporter for ESPN’s NFL Nation. As part of her responsibilities, she contributes to ESPN.com through her writing and also makes appearances on various ESPN TV and radio shows.

Terrell has been actively covering the NFL since 2012, gaining valuable experience in the field. For three years, she served as a Saints beat reporter for NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, where she not only covered the team but also reported on the events taking place at the Fair Grounds racetrack. During her time with the publication, Terrell was part of an award-winning team that received recognition from the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) Projects for their outstanding coverage of the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

Hailing from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Terrell completed her education at Louisiana State University in 2012. Currently residing in Cincinnati, she continues to bring her expertise and passion for reporting to her role as the Bengals beat reporter for ESPN, keeping fans informed about the team’s developments and providing valuable insights into the NFL.