Sports Injury Analyst
Marty Jaramillo is a Sports Injury Analyst for ESPN’s college football coverage. He began working as an in-game analyst in September 2022 and primarily appears on ABC Saturday Night Football.
Jaramillo reports on and analyzes high-profile college football injuries each week. During game broadcasts, he appears live, offering a medical perspective about on-field injury situations and how these events are managed by team medical staffs.
Jaramillo has more than 30 years of experience as an athletic trainer and he has been a practicing sports and orthopedic physical therapist and strength and conditioning coach for nearly three decades. He was a member of the Sports Medicine staffs at St. John’s University and the New York Knicks and for major global sports events, including the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
A graduate of both St. John’s and Stony Brook Universities, Jaramillo is the founder of the nationally renowned I.C.E. Sports Therapy practice in New York City and co-author of the Men’s Health Sports Injury Handbook. His patients over the years include a relative who’s who from all major sports and the entertainment industry.
A New York City native, Jaramillo lives in Westport, Conn. He spends most of his off-time coaching his sons’ youth sports baseball and basketball teams and being their biggest cheerleader year-round.