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ESPN Chicago’s Courtney Siewak joins LFL Broadcasting team

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Legends Football League Films (or ‘LFL Films) has hired on ESPN Chicago’s Courtney Siewak as the lead Sideline Reporter for the upcoming 2014 season of LFL USA. Siewak will be joining the returning broadcast team of Bob Hewko (color commentary) and Mitchell Mortaza (play-by-play).

A Chicago-native, Siewak’s background includes being a sports anchor as well as a sports producer for regional networks in Illinois. An avid Chicago sports fan, Siewak will work not only as on-air talent but will also contribute as an LFL Films producer.

“This is truly the opportunity of a lifetime to work with a sport that is rapidly building in popularity and awareness as well as joining a great veteran broadcast team. I look forward to working with these amazing athletes and all the talented behind the scenes people at the LFL”, said Courtney Siewak.

Siewak will be the lead sideline reporter for LFL USA joining a global network of sideline reporters the LFL will build for each of its operating leagues, including Sarah Godfrey in Australia and soon to be named reporters in Europe and Canada.

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