Marcellus Wiley

Wiley played ten seasons in the NFL. He was selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team in 2001 while being voted to the NFL’s top 50 players list twice. Known for his community involvement, he was voted three times by his team as the Walter Payton Man of the year.

In 2006, Wiley was inducted into the Columbia University Athletic Hall of Fame. In 2009, he was named the recipient of the Advocate Award by the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence for his invaluable activism and dedication to raising awareness about gun violence. He was inducted into the Ivy League Hall of Fame in 2013.

Marcellus seamlessly and successfully segued into broadcast media as an analyst. After an impeccable eleven years with ESPN as the co-host of the hit TV show ‘SportsNation’ and hit radio show ‘Max & Marcellus’ on ESPNLA 710am, Marcellus moved on to join the FOX SPORTS team as the co-host of the top-rated and most fearless show in sports ‘SPEAK FOR YOURSELF’. Following up his successful four-year run at FOX SPORTS, Marcellus has now partnered with Dan Patrick and iHeartRadio to launch his compelling new podcast 'MORE TO IT' where he explores conversations with athletes, entertainers, and others to go beyond the public perception and show there’s nothing simple about achieving your dreams.  

When not on the air, Wiley is hard at work overseeing his portfolio of business interests, touring as a motivational speaker and using his talents to make a difference in his community.  “Project Transition,” Wiley’s charitable organization, provides leadership training to at-risk youth with the goal of creating tomorrow’s thought leaders.