The 11-year-old Las Vegas resident is already interviewing NFL players like a pro.
Jeremiah Fennell is said to have a successful career as a newscaster ahead of him! “I started to do this at the age of 7 years old because I wasn’t able to play sports due to some medical issues, but I still like the sports environment,” Fennell said. “So I decided to hone my craft in journalism at the age of 7. And I started my YouTube channel. And yes, I do think I can keep this as a career because I do still love the sport and I do know a lot about it, so I think that interviewing people can be a long career for me.”
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He attended the Super Bowl LVIII opening night, providing him with the opportunity to interview some of football’s biggest stars. He spoke with Patrick Mahomes about historical fantasy teams and got the scoop from Travis Kelce about the Vegas club scene.
“What are some of the funnest things you’ve done in Vegas so far?” Fennell asked Kelce. The Kansas City Chiefs tight end responded, “Last year, we celebrated the Super Bowl win by going to the Wynn and going to Club XS. You can’t go to that yet, but maybe one day.”
Fennell also interviewed Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. He asked him about his Super Bowl legacy and whether the Chiefs have made any changes to their game plan in their second Super Bowl with the 49ers since 2020.
“That was a heck of a question right there, man,” Reid said. “That was four years ago, so I don’t know if it’s a grudge match as much as each team wants to do their best.”
Keep it up, Jeremiah!
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