Tiffany Blackmon
Tiffany Danielle Blackmon

(1984-10-10) October 10, 1984 (age 38)
EducationGeorgia State University
OccupationSports reporter

Tiffany Danielle Blackmon (born October 10, 1984) is an American sports reporter for ESPN College Football.[1][2] She previously was a sports reporter at NFL Network.

Early life and education

Blackmon is the daughter of Jacqueline and former NFL linebacker and former NFL assistant coach Donald Blackmon.[3] Blackmon has one sister Candice and one brother Donald Jr.[4] Blackmon was a four-year starter for the North Gwinnett High School soccer team, where she was named defensive MVP and overall MVP. Blackmon was selected All-Gwinnett County high school team. Blackmon also was selected to the All-State team.[4] Blackmon attended Georgia State University, where she played 49 games with the soccer team.


Prior to joining NFL Network, Blackmon worked as an anchor and reporter for Comcast SportsNet Houston.[5] Blackmon was the co-host for the weekly Houston Rockets All-Access show.[1] Blackmon also served as the host of SportsNet Reports.[1] Blackmon also worked at the NBC affiliate KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City, where she was the reporter for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "NFL Profile".
  2. ^ "TV/radio briefs: Free house giveaway, Tiffany Blackmon, February radio ratings, Praise fundraiser". Retrieved March 19, 2015.
  3. ^ "Q&A with Sports Reporter Tiffany Blackmon".
  4. ^ a b "Georgia State Profile".
  5. ^ "Black History Moment: CSN's Blackmon becomes Houston's first black female sports anchor". Retrieved February 20, 2013.