Ever dream of “working in football” or living football as your life? This is something Rick Gosselin did for almost 5 decades. He stops by to share his 47 years of “NFL coverage” experience in this week’s episode of The Football History Dude Podcast.
In this episode we cover some of these topics:
- Rick’s origin story into becoming a sportswriter
- His time in Detroit, New York, and Kansas City
- His transition into working for The Dallas Morning News
- His time as being a foremost expert on the NFL’s draft board
- His passion project: Talk of Fame Sports Network
- What it’s like to be a Pro Football Hall of Fame voter
- The process and in-depth discussions for the Senior selection process
- Much more
Rick Gosselin Interview
Rick Gosselin has covered the NFL for 47 years and serves on the Hall of Fame selection committee plus both the contributor and senior sub-committees. He has covered the Lions, Giants, Chiefs and Cowboys in his career and in 2004 was awarded the Dick McCann Award for “long and distinguished reporting on the NFL.” Gosselin was the 1980 Missouri Sports Writer of the Year.
Note – this was taken from Rick’s bio on Sports Illustrated Talk of Fame Network.