Jeffri Chadiha is a reporter/writer for NFL Media where he contributes to a variety of NFL media platforms both on NFL Network and NFL.com.

Prior to joining NFL Media, Jeff was a senior writer for ESPN.com since May 2007. His main responsibilities included covering the National Football League and he contributed both columns and features on a weekly basis. Jeff was also a regular contributor to E60, ESPN’s news magazine show, and appeared on ESPN’s “First Take” regularly. Prior to joining ESPN, Jeff was a writer for Sports Illustrated for seven years.

Jeff won a 2010 Sports Emmy for his work on “Super Bowl MVP’s.”

Born in Ann Arbor, Mich., Jeff first attended the University of Wyoming on a full football scholarship before injuries led him to transfer to the University of Michigan after two years. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication from Michigan in 1993 before pursuing a career in journalism. Along with spending three years at The Ann Arbor News (1993-96), Jeff worked for the San Francisco Examiner for four years (1996-2000) before joining Sports Illustrated as one of the magazine’s NFL writers.

Jeff currently lives in Kansas.