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Sherree Burruss Biography, Age, Career, NBC 4, News 4 And WRC-TV

Sherree Burruss is an American journalist working as a reporter and an anchor for News4 sports team. She is situated in Washington D.C.

Sherree Burruss Biography

Sherree Burruss is an American journalist working as a reporter and an anchor for News4 sports team. She is situated in Washington D.C. She attended the University of Wisconsin and her love for the Badgers is always close to her heart. She lives in Washington D.C.

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Sherree Burruss Career | Burruss NBC 4 | Sherree Burruss News4 | Burruss WRC-TV

Burruss joined NBC4 back in 2016 from WGCL-TV situated in Atlanta. She covered the final season of the Braves at Turner Field and the Hawks’ 2016 playoff while in WGCL-TV.

She was also a reporter working for KMIZ-TV in Columbia, Missouri. Here, she focused on the University of Missouri Tigers. Burruss covered the Tigers when they played in two SEC championship football games. She also covered the 2014 Cotton Bowl and the 2015 Citrus Bowl.

Burruss was the reporter in charge where she covered Michael Sam after he became the first openly gay player to be drafted to the National Football League. She also covered the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2014 playoff run after a 35-year drought.

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Colts OL Mewhort announces retirement after 4 seasons

Source; thescore.com

Indianapolis Colts offensive lineman Jack Mewhort has announced his retirement from the NFL after just four seasons.

The 26-year-old played just 15 games over the last 2 seasons while battling knee injuries.

Indianapolis selected the Ohio State alum in the second round (No. 59 overall) of the 2014 draft. The versatile lineman made starts at guard and tackle during his four seasons with the team.

“He fought through injuries and played through pain,” general manager Chris Ballard said in a statement. “Jack is a selfless player who always carried a team-first mentality. He is revered among his coaches, teammates, and staff and his leadership will be missed in the locker room. We’re appreciative of Jack’s dedication to the Colts and we wish him the best moving forward.”

Mewhort’s retirement leaves veteran Matt Slauson and rookie Braden Smith to battle for the Colts’ starting right guard spot, while Austin Howard and Denzelle Good will compete at right tackle.