Things have changed for Lesley Visser and the New England Patriots since the storied reporter began her career. For fans, the Patriots are synonymous with winning. But long before the five Super Bowl wins the Patriots weren’t just bad, they were an embarrassment. Visser, in 1976, was certainly inexperienced, plus she was entering a workforce […]
The 12th-annual Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame induction ceremony expanded to 105 members at the New York Hilton Midtown Hotel. Observing another first for CBS Sports’ Lesley Visser, the 2018 ceremony also marks the first time a woman and a member of the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame hosted the ceremony. See who was inducted, […]
Lesley joins Rick Pitino’s pod cast to share 40-years of memories with long-time friend Rick Pitino. Their friendship had its origins when Lesley was a sports beat writer for the Boston Globe and covered Boston University where Rick Pitino was the basketball coach.
Lesley talks with Mark about life after the NFL, his battle with depression and attempted suicide that he believes was the result of the effects of CTE.
Lesley is with the Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team (WWAFT) at Lambeau Field as part of the NFL’s year-round effort to honor, empower and connect with our nation’s service members, veterans and their families. The WWAFT played on Veterans’ Day, against former NFL players.