By Kevin C. CoxAssociated PressSports WriterThe Associated Press Sports WriterThe AP Sports WriterGetty ImagesBy Kevin C:For a long time, I was a sports reporter.
My first job was covering the NFL in the mid-1990s, when I joined the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as a writer/reporter.
I had the privilege of covering the Pittsburgh Steelers, who were one of the most dominant franchises in the NFL during the ’90s and into the early 2000s.
In those early years, I got to spend more time with the team’s players and coaches than any other sports writer in the country.
The players loved the sport and I grew to respect them.
I spent time with them at training camps, and I saw them in the locker room during training camp practices.
But I wasn’t allowed to do much of anything other than report the game.
I was asked to be a part of the coverage of the Steelers’ Super Bowl victory parade, which is the highlight of every NFL team’s year-end celebration.
I remember that day fondly.
But after a few years, the team decided that the parade was too long and didn’t want to give me any more time.
So I was given a few weeks to work on other things, and then I was let go.
I left behind a job I loved and a chance to spend time with my family and friends in the Pittsburgh area.
I’d never leave.
It was a life-changing decision.
I was happy that I’d been given that opportunity to continue covering the Steelers.
The city had a great support system, and the Steelers had the best fan base I could have hoped for.
But what was most important to me was to keep doing the things that I loved, which was covering sports.
I knew that in the end, I’d be the one leaving behind a legacy that would help define the sport of football.
My next move was to take a job with the Washington Post.
The Post-Dispatch was a new sports-news outlet created by Bob Costas, who is now a Fox Sports analyst.
It launched in 2004 and is now owned by News Corp. and the Wall Street Journal.
The team was based in Virginia and was in the midst of a national expansion when I started there.
I love the team, the fans, the people, the players, the city, and of course, the sports fans.
The first thing that I learned was that the media landscape is changing.
Today, when people say, ‘Hey, I want to be in the news,’ they are not necessarily looking to be the next Tom Brady.
They’re looking for someone to say, You know, ‘You know, I am a writer, and this is what I do.’
There are new players on the field.
They want to know, How do I be the best at my job, and they’re looking to get a look at a reporter, and a writer like me, to be able to help them.
So that’s what the Post-Day has been about.
For me, the role at the Post is to bring the world a great, interesting story that will help people understand what’s going on in the world.
It’s a way to connect with the audience that comes into our offices, to the team that we’re working for, and to get them to care about the story and to care a lot more about the people that we cover.
When I first arrived at the Washington office, I learned a lot about covering sports from the people there.
One of my favorite things to do there was to come in on the weekend, and every day, we would be up at 7 a.m. and take in the action.
They were just really active, and their commitment to doing that and being involved in the community and the game of football was incredible.
The team was very supportive of me, and there were some very hard conversations about what was best for me.
It took me a few months to find the right fit for me, but I really believe I’m a good fit.
I can be an investigative reporter, I can write about everything that’s going in the league, and hopefully I’ll have the chance to be one of those reporters that is at the forefront of the story.
I can be the first one to report on a trade that goes from the Pittsburgh team to the New York Giants, and if that happens, I’ll be the person to be at the front of that article, to bring all of that to life, and help the story come to life.
It is something that I have always dreamed of.
The second thing that came out of my interview with Costas was that he liked my work.
He was extremely supportive and told me that the team had really liked my writing.
They said, ‘We like that you’re taking on the job because you’re so passionate about it, and you’re going to do a good job.’
That’s why I think it’s a good hire for us.