Jeff Phelps | 92.3 The Fan

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Jeff Phelps is the co-host of “Cavaliers Live,” the Cavaliers pregame and postgame show on FOX Sports Ohio.

Along with his Cavalier duties, Phelps has performed a variety of other duties with FOX Sports Ohio, including play-by-play of Mid-American Conference football and basketball games, play-by-play of Thursday Night High School Football, hosting Cleveland Indians pregame and postgame shows, and hosting Cleveland Browns, Ohio State football and Mid-American Conference programming. He’s also currently the host and producer of a classic car television show, “Cruise-In.”

Prior to joining FOX Sports Ohio in 2003, Phelps spent 15 years with WUAB-TV and WOIO-TV in Cleveland as a sports anchor-reporter. Phelps began his career in sports broadcasting at WAKR-TV-Radio in Akron. He then moved on to KJAC-TV in Beaumont, Texas, where he served as a sports anchor-reporter for five years.

A three-time Emmy award-winner for sports reporting, Phelps was named Ohio Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in 1994. He was a 2007 inductee into the Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame of Ohio.

A graduate of Kent State University, Phelps currently resides in Medina, Ohio with his wife and their three children.

Jeff Phelps Shares His Thoughts On The Browns Loss To The Giants

1st Quarter Rain in New York. Hope it means the Browns give the ball to Trent Richardson 25 times. Run or pass, I don’t care. Just give him the ball. I’m sorry. I thought I just saw the Browns get a break on the first play of the game. Ahmad Bradshaw with a fumble? Browns […]


Jeff Phelps’ Thoughts On The Browns Loss To The Ravens

Jeff Phelps takes you through his thoughts during the Browns’ 23-16 loss to the Ravens.


Jeff Phelps’ Thoughts Through The Browns Loss To The Bills

1st Quarter First Browns possession, three-and-out. Good starts are overrated, right? Why are there so many empty orange seats? Late arriving crowd? Wind chill of 57-degrees? Folks making last minute changes to the fantasy lineup from the bathrooms? Couldn’t possibly be that the Browns 0-2 start has fans thinking about the start of Cavs training […]


Jeff Phelps’ Postgame Thoughts On The Browns Loss In Cincinnati

Nothing personal Browns fans, but I really don’t care that the Browns are wearing their Brown jerseys. I’ve never noticed a correlation between Browns uniforms and good football


Jeff Phelps – Thoughts On The Browns Opening Day Setback To Philadelphia

Fitting that Phil Dawson scored the Browns first points of the season. You get the feeling he’ll be scoring more than most everyone else on offense combined


Jeff Phelps’ This Day In Sports History For September 4th

It’s happy birthday to a couple former golfers, and it was 19 years ago today that the Indians were no-hit by a pitcher that was born without a right hand. Read about it in today’s “This Day in Sports History”


Late July Thoughts From One Of Cleveland’s Talking Heads Jeff Phelps

On the Browns: I find myself genuinely excited about the start of Browns training camp. I can’t imagine that they’ll be a .500 team this season. Improving on last year’s four wins will be an achievement, considering all the young guys in key positions on offense. But I spent last season watching the offense, wondering […]


Jeff Phelps’ This Day In Sports History For July 9th

It’s happy birthday to “The Juice” and to a former Browns QB, and it was 10 years ago today that the MLB All-Star game had a rather interesting ending. Read about it in today’s “This Day in Sports History”


Jeff Phelps’ This Date In Sports History – June 11

On this date in sports history, Nolan Ryan became the oldest player to throw a no-hitter. It was the sixth of his career.


Jeff Phelps’ This Day In Sports History For June 5th

Check out birthdays as well as big events on this day around the world of sports as Jeff Phelps shares his version of “This Day in Sports History”