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You, Dim PR Person, Are Dumb And Should Be Fired, Part 5: Salisbury Edition

PR people are dumb. Not all of them, just some of them. Like this thoughtful individual repping "Voice America Radio" who forwarded us (and many, many sports-affiliated sites) this update on their new client — Sean Salisbury. Sigh.

To Host Inside Sports & Unleashes Unfiltered Radio


Houston, Nov. 4, 2010- He's back and outfitted with opinions bigger and better than ever before, so keep your emotions in the sock drawer and get unfiltered with your host Sean Salisbury on Sean Salisbury Unfiltered airing every weekday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. CST on

After taking several months off from accepting positions and appearances, Sean Salisbury has decided it's high time to reconnect with the sports and entertainment world in a big way. Salisbury talks about everything and anything of interest in sports and society on his radio show, Sean Salisbury Unfiltered, which he has tailored to fit his incomparable personality and has celebrities and top athletes in the world. Keeping with his beliefs of finding talent anywhere, Salisbury runs an ongoing contest of offering callers the opportunity to win a chance at guest hosting with him on the show.

Salisbury has also joined the show, Inside Sports: News You Can Almost Trust, a culmination of ESPN meeting the Daily Show, and the signing has producer Mark McClure proclaiming Salisbury as the perfect fit. The show boasts that any and all relevant news from the world of sports will be open game for the shows ridicule and parody and almost no topic will be considered out of bounds.

"Sean is an amazing talent that you rarely see in sports commentators and former athletes who break into television. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of sports, no question, but the way he delivers his opinions and debates are second to none. When he believes he is right on a topic, God help the person he is debating with. Just ask Skip Bayless or John Clayton," McClure said. "I am 110% confident that Salisbury will provide the same talent when it comes to the world of sports news and all that surrounds it."

Salisbury carries enthusiasm for the game of life that is unequalled by any other and with that passion; he has developed an extensive ability to assist students in their endeavors, along with his countless hours of breaking down film. Throughout Sean's experiences and positions his ability to work with and train future stars of professional football and those who desire greatness in broadcast media is one of his fondest. It is Sean's well rounded professional resume that has the phones ringing day and night for a chance to train under his guidance.

"It's a great feeling to have the sports world at my fingertips again. Through my time away I have learned an awful lot and grown more than I could have ever imagined. I am humbled and honored to be back doing what I love and upon my decision to return, be immediately immersed in such extensive opportunities. A personal mission of mine is to give fans and friends alike, the opportunity to participate in the sporting world the way they want it and those ideals gave birth to Unfiltered," Salisbury said. "I am equally thrilled about participating as a host of Inside Sports, as well as the continued development of guiding student athletes in their chosen area of expertise."

For more information on Sean Salisbury please visit Twitter or Facebook.

His website is currently under development.



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Sean Salisbury: His NFL career spanned 10 years as a member of the Seattle Seahawks, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers and Houston Oilers. Salisbury broke into television after getting his start on the Comedy Central show battle Bots and went on from there to become the highest rated NFL Analyst on ESPN, appearing on SportsCenter and NFL Live several times a week, often battling with fellow analyst John Clayton on several football related topics while infusing the show with his extensive knowledge and carrying a no-holds barred opinion and analysis of teams and players alike.

In 2005, Salisbury was hired as a consultant for the remake of The Longest Yard. On the set, Sean taught Adam Sandler proper quarterback mechanics, cadences and footwork. Sandler would go on to offer Salisbury a role in the 2006 film, The Benchwarmers, where he was able to display his comedic wit and big screen acting capabilities.

In 2006, Salisbury began broadcasting on ESPN Radio 1000, Chicago with Steve Rosenbloom, while also doing guest spots on the ESPN Classic comedy program Cheap Seats, where he provided his signature breakdowns of the action in a more comedic manner.

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