Levan Reid is a veteran sports reporter who has joined the WBZ-TV Sports team for the New England Patriots football season. He is a reporter for WBZ-TV’s and The New England Patriots’ flagship programs “Patriots All-Access” and “Patriots Gameday” and is a contributor to “Patriots 5th Quarter” post-game show.
Reid’s career started in Manchester, New Hampshire at WMUR-TV in 1992. In 1996, he moved to Boston’s FOX 25 (WFXT-TV) where he worked as a sports reporter and covered all of Boston’s major sporting events. In 2003, Levan went to WUSA-TV in Washington, DC where he worked until 2009, after which he freelanced for a variety of organizations until joining WBZ-TV as a freelancer in July, 2010.
Reid has traveled all over the country covering events such as World Series and Super Bowls. He is driven by the fans’ passion for their sports and says he draws meaning from his work because the fans care so much. Football is his favorite sport to cover because, according to him “every week it’s all eggs in one basket.”
Levan graduated from Notre Dame College in Manchester, New Hampshire with a joint major in History and Philosophy and a joint minor in English and Communications. While at Notre Dame, he played football for a year but preferred playing second base for the college baseball team. When he is not working, Levan goes to the gym or enjoys a gourmet meal.
WBZ-TV’s Levan Reid gives out his Gold Stars and Penalty Flags through the first three weeks of the season.
Levan Reid hands out his Gold Stars and Penalty Flags for the Patriots 51-17 rout of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Some stats and fun facts to help you get fired up for Sunday’s Patriots-Jaguars matchup!
On a day where the place in Buffalo was rocking, the Patriots remained poised, kept their cool and stayed undefeated.
WBZ-TV’s Levan Reid brings you some stats and fun facts ahead of New England’s Week 2 matchup against the Bills.
Levan Reid hands out gold stars and penalty flags from the Patriots season opener against Pittsburgh.
A young boy playing 100 holes of golf in honor of his friend who died after a battle with cancer blew past his initial fundraising goal.
The 119th running of the Boston Marathon could feature some record-breaking feats.
Some people believe Bill threw Tom under the bus. Here’s my question: What was he supposed to do?
Cold weather games in the NFL always brings about a huge question for players: Should you wear cold weather gear or not?