NFL Nation Reporter: Arizona Cardinals
Josh Weinfuss joined ESPN in September 2013 as the Arizona Cardinals NFL Nation reporter. While his main duties are writing for ESPN.com, he also appears on ESPN’s SportsCenter and NFL Live.
In his primary duties for ESPN.com, Weinfuss offers news, analysis, commentary and opinion on all things related to the Cardinals. Recently, he has explored the relationship between Kyler Murray’s love of chess and elite quarterbacking as well as who the real Kliff Kingsbury is and his offensive genius.
Weinfuss also writes about golf, the WNBA – with a focus on the Phoenix Mercury – college football, college basketball and college hockey. Contributing to ESPN’s golf coverage year-round, he reports on the Waste Management Phoenix Open each year and has written extensively about golfer Amy Bockerstette. Additional noteworthy stories feature two-time Masters champion Bernhard Langer, Tiger Woods’ headcover “Frank”, Arizona State’s 36-day road trip, and Bobby Hurley’s search for a point guard.
Prior to joining ESPN, Weinfuss covered the Cardinals for their team website. He also spent a year as the sports enterprise reporter at the Times of Northwest Indiana after four years as a sports writer at the Panama City (Fla.) News Herald.
A member of the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA), Weinfuss graduated from Indiana University’s journalism school in 2005. After seven years as a newspaper reporter, he earned a master’s of sports journalism from Indiana University in 2012.
Weinfuss is a native of Minnetonka, Minn. He resides in Scottsdale, Ariz., with his wife, Lauren, their daughter, Madison, and son, Jordan.