Andrew Siciliano
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Andrew Siciliano
Siciliano in 2016.

Andrew David Siciliano (born August 28, 1974, in Virginia, U.S.) is an American sports television anchor, reporter and radio broadcaster. He is the play-by-play voice announcer for the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. He is also currently the sole host of NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone, airing on DirecTV's Red Zone Channel (#703 on DirecTV). He has held this position since 2005.[1] He also serves as a host for NFL Total Access on the NFL Network.[2] He has also hosted coverage of the Olympic Games in 2014 and 2016 for NBC Sports's coverage, mainly for the online-only events network "Gold Zone", which features a format which is equivalent to that of Red Zone.

Academic career

Siciliano attended Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Communication from 1992-1996. Throughout his time at Syracuse University, he served as Assistant Sports Director at WAER, a student-run radio network. During his latter three years at Syracuse, Andrew moonlighted with television station WSYR Syracuse, covering fires and City Hall. He was a regular columnist for the Daily Orange, Syracuse University's flagship newspaper, and split play-by-play duties for WAER FM during the Syracuse vs Mississippi State NCAA Men's Division 1 basketball game in the 1996 Final Four. Andrew graduated in 1996 and received a BA in journalism.[3]

Professional career

Following his academic career, Andrew accepted a dual anchor/reporter role at WMAQ-670 AM in Chicago, Illinois. By 1999, Siciliano was hosting the Chicago Bears's post game talk show for the now-defunct WMAQ. During his tenure at WMAQ, Andrew was honored with multiple awards, including two AIR awards for Best Sports Reporter and Best Anchor.[3]

In 2000, Andrew moved to Los Angeles to join Fox Sports Radio. He served as co-host of The Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza, along with various fill-in anchor roles. He later moved to hosting the weeknight program Game Time Live, with Krystal Fernandez.[4] While with FSR, Andrew served as the lead play by play announcer for the Las Vegas Gladiators of the Arena Football League. In 2006, Andrew moved from the Gladiators to the Los Angeles Avengers in order to work closer to home. In January 2011, Andrew was replaced by Max Kellerman at ESPN affiliate 710 AM (KSPN), where he had been hosting LA Sports Live with co-host Mychal Thompson.[5]

Siciliano has done St. Louis Rams preseason games as a play-by-play announcer, along with former Rams Pro Bowler Torry Holt and Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk locally in St. Louis on KTVI-TV Fox 2. Holt and Faulk served as color commentators for the broadcasts, and the two are joined by Siciliano, who handles the play-by-play duties.

Upon the Rams return to Los Angeles, Torry Holt was replaced with Pro Football Hall of Famers Marshall Faulk and Eric Dickerson with games broadcast locally on KCBS-TV channel 2. In 2017, Daniel Jeremiah replaced Dickerson.

Personal life

Andrew attended and graduated from South Lakes High School[] in Reston, Virginia, is an avid Cleveland Indians fan, and his ultimate goal is to serve as an NFL play by play announcer.[6][7] He maintains a love for radio despite his television career.[3]


  1. ^ "Rams, CBS2 Announce Broadcast Team For 2016 Season". KCBS-TV. Studio City, California. August 10, 2016. Retrieved 2019 – via
  2. ^ Siciliano, Andrew. "Andrew Siciliano". LinkedIn. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ a b c "Website Watchdog". Fantasy Tailgate. Retrieved 2011.
  4. ^ "SMJ Sports Radio Madness- Tim Brando (13) vs. Andrew Siciliano (20)". SMJ Sports Radio Madness- Tim Brando (13) vs. Andrew Siciliano (20). Sports Medial Journal. Retrieved 2011.
  5. ^ Vanderberg, Marcus. "Andrew Siciliano out, Max Kellerman In On 710 ESPN". TVNewser. Retrieved 2011.
  6. ^ "Chat with Andrew Siciliano". ESPN. Retrieved 2011.
  7. ^ "Andrew Siciliano". IMDB. Retrieved 2011.

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