LaVar Arrington is co-host of FOX Sports Radio’s weekday morning program, 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe with Brady Quinnand Jonas Knox. Airing Monday through Friday from 6 to 9 a.m. ET on more than 350 stations nationwide, in addition to iHeartRadio, the program features the trio’s entertaining and thought-provoking conversation on the biggest headlines. Arrington isalso co-host of FOX Sports Radio’s national weekend show and podcast Up On Game, along with TJ Houshmandzadeh and Plaxico Burress. Each week on the program, the trio takes on the latest hard-hitting sports topics for athletes, while welcoming guests from the world of sports and entertainment.Utilizing their vast knowledge of football, the hosts aim to educate, inspire and entertain listeners and athletes of all ages, sharing their real-life experiences and stories, teachable moments and candid discussions that help players improve their game and perform at the highest level. The program broadcasts live on Saturdays from 1 -3 p.m. ET on 400 radio stations around the country, in addition to streaming live on the FOX Sports Radio channelon iHeartRadio, and being available weekly as a podcast on iHeartRadio and other platforms. Arrington previously co-hosted FSR’snationally syndicated FOX Sports Sunday with Mike Harmon. He first joined FSR as a weekend personality in February 2020. Prior to that, hehosted a radio program on WJFK-FM in Washington, D.C. for several years.During that time, he produced a multimediablog for The Washington Post.In addition to his current radio duties, Arrington is a regular contributor to FS1.A Former Penn State All-American Linebacker,Arrington was the #2 pick in the 2000 NFL Draft. The three-time Pro Bowler played for the Washington Football Teamfrom 2000 to 2005. He later joined the New York Giants before retiring in 2007.
A former record-setting, two-time All-American and Maxwell Award-winning quarterback at Notre Dame, Brady Quinnis co-host of FOX Sports Radio’s weekday morning program, 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe with LaVar Arrington and Jonas Knox. Airing Monday through Friday from 6 to 9 a.m. ET on more than 350 stations nationwide, in addition to iHeartRadio, the program features the trio’s entertaining and thought-provoking conversation on the biggest headlines. Quinn previously hosted a Sunday evening FOX Sports Radio program with Jonas Knox. He is also a member of the broadcast team at FOX Sports. He joined the network for the 2014 season as a college football and NFL game analyst. He currently sits alongside host Rob Stone and analysts Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and Bob Stoops on Big Noon Kickoff,FOX Sports’ college football pregame showPossessor of a fantastic résumé of college football playing experience, Quinn was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft and played for seven seasons. At the collegiate level, he was a four-year starter at Notre Dame where he set 36 single-season and career records for one of the most prestigious and storied programs in college football. He ranked No. 1 all-time in school history for career passing attempts (1,602), completions (929), yards (11,762) and touchdown passes (95), and his 29 career wins as a starter were also tied for the most ever by a Notre Dame quarterback. He led the Fighting Irish to back-to-back BCS bowl berths (2006 Fiesta Bowl, 2007 Sugar Bowl) and finished fourth (2005) and third (2006) in Heisman Trophy voting.In 2006, he became the first Golden Domer since 1977 to win the Maxwell Award, given to the nation’s top player. Quinn left South Bend as oneof the most accomplished passers in the nation and was chosen by the Cleveland Browns with the No. 22 overall pick in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He played seven seasons with six different teams in the league, spending 2013, his final season, with the New York Jets and St. Louis Rams.Quinn’s interest in broadcasting began during his NFL career. He co-hosted a sports talk show in Columbus with brother-in-law and former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk in the spring of 2015 and attended theNFL’s annual Broadcast Bootcamp in June 2014.Born in Columbus, Ohio, Quinn currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., with wife Alicia, a former international gymnastics champion and Olympic medalist who competed under her maiden name, Alicia Sacramone.The couple havethree daughters. The son of a Vietnam War veteran, Quinn founded the 3rdand Goal Foundation in 2010, a charity that provides financial support to returning soldiers and aids in construction efforts to make their homes handicap-accessible when necessary.
Jonas Knox is co-host of FOX Sports Radio’s weekday morning program, 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe with LaVar Arrington and Brady Quinn. Airing Monday through Friday from 6 to 9 a.m. ET on more than 350 stations nationwide, in addition to iHeartRadio, the program features the trio’s entertaining and thought-provoking conversation on the biggest headlines. Knox also hosts the Friday evening/Saturday morning program, The Jonas Knox Show.He previously co-hosted Straight Outta Vegas with R.J. Bell,which airs weekdays onmore than 230 stations nationwide, as well as a Saturday program withfive-year NFL veteran Bucky Brooks, and a Sunday program with former Notre Dame Quarterback Brady Quinn. A former MMA/boxing expert for the network, he frequently produced FSR’s fight-night coverage, including UFC on FOXsimulcasts, and served as a freelance reporter for several MMA/boxing websites.Knox got his start in Los Angeles radio at AM 830 as an intern, where he covered games for local teams, including the Clippers. In 2009, he flew across the country to Charleston, S.C. to deliver his resume in person for a potential co-host/executive producer/update anchor position at a brand-new station, WSPO. His determination impressed the station ownership and he got the job. Unfortunately, the fledglingstation folded in a year and Knox was forced to return to Los Angeles in2010. Never giving up on his radio dream, he did odd jobs to make ends meet,including construction, dishwashing at restaurantsand telemarketing-a job he was fired from after applying to radio positionsduring his shift. As luck would have it, a co-worker from his stint inCharleston connected him with the head of FSRthe following week. He was offered a position at the network as an overnight weekend editor, andhesoon after added producer duties for weekday mornings and weekends, as well as various news anchor shifts. After producing FOX Sports Daybreak with Andy Furman and Mike Northfor four years, he got his chance to get behind the mic again. He added fill-in hosting duties on weekends until a Saturday morning shift opened up; that shift soon expanded to Sundays, and the rest is history.When he’s not in the studio, Knox enjoys working out, writing poetry, making music with his rock band and rooting for his favorite teams –the Bears, Cubs, Celtics and Pittsburgh Penguins. He can evenbe found cheering for the South Carolina Gamecocks, thanks to an on-air bet. Fans can connect with him on Twitter @TheJonasKnox.