Hank Goldberg

NFL Analyst

Hank Goldberg serves as an NFL reporter on a variety of ESPN programs.  He first joined ESPN2 as football analyst on its flagship sports news program SportsNight when the new network launched Oct. 1, 1993.  He has also been a frequent contributor on ESPN Sports Radio since June 1992.

In his first year as ESPN2’s pigskin prognosticator, Goldberg was accurate 61% during the regular season (33-21). Along with analyzing games, Goldberg is known as “Hammerin’ Hank” for his tough opinion on topical issues.

Goldberg continues to host all-sports radio WQAM’s afternoon drivetime (4-7 p.m.) program, Hammer Time, which he started in 1992. He also works for the Beber Silverstein ad agency in Miami where he began in 1966.

Prior to joining ESPN2, Goldberg was play-by-play commentator for the Miami Dolphins flagship radio network WIOD-AM (1978-91) and anchor of WTVJ-TV’s Sports Final (1982-93).

Previously, Goldberg worked for the Benton Bowles ad agency in New York (1963-68).

Goldberg attended Duke University and is a graduate of New York University.