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Kara Henderson

Kara Henderson (born July 27, 1973) is a sports media personality, most recently for the NFL Network. At NFLN, Henderson provided in-depth interviews, pregame and postgame reports and sideline reports for a variety of shows across the network including NFL Total Access, Around the League, NFL GameDay Morning and NFL GameDay Final. For the 2010 season, Henderson contributed on-site reports for both NFL Network and NFL.com for coverage of Thursday Night Football.

Henderson last appeared on NFLN in March 2012,[1] with no explanation given on her absence. On Sunday, September 9, she confirmed that she had left broadcasting to get married and raise her son.[2] She was replaced by Amber Theoharis.

Kara graduated cum laude from Duke University, where she majored in political science.[3]

Kara was formerly an anchor and reporter for Fox Sports Net New England. She began her career as a production assistant at ESPN and later ABC News. Her on-air career began at NESN in 1998 as the co-host of NESN's "Front Row".[4] From 2000 to 2003, she worked at CNN as a reporter.

In the fall of 2012, Henderson married St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead.[5]

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