Greg DePalma

Founder / Executive Producer

Greg DePalma is a 20-year broadcast veteran, hosting and producing shows on both traditional radio and Internet programming. He founded in 2007, with shows available via live streaming or replays on demand. Reaching beyond the usual football/basketball/baseball axis, Greg is equally well-versed in such sports as golf, hockey, horse racing and NASCAR.

Jeff Shain

Partner / Managing Editor

Jeff Shain's PSN roots date back to the network's 2007 inception, first as golf and college football analyst to now overseeing editorial content. Currently a weekly contributor for such outlets as and Pro Golf Weekly, he brings three decades of writing and editing expertise to the website, including stops at The Miami Herald, Orlando Sentinel, Associated Press and United Press International.

Dan Shonka

NFL Draft Analyst

Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, has been involved in player personnel work for over 4 decades. He is perhaps the only NFL Draft analyst to have played the game, coached the game, recruited high school players on the major-college level and scouted professionally. Shonka scouted for National Football Scouting, the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Kansas City Chiefs, and the USFL's Philadelphia Stars for a combined 16 years.  

Andrea Leand

Tennis Analyst

Andrea Leand played 16 years on the WTA Tour, reaching as high as No.12 in the world rankings and representing the United States at both the Fed Cup and Olympics. Before turning pro, the Maryland native was the nation's top-ranked junior. A Princeton graduate with an MBA from Johns Hopkins, Andrea has spent the past 12 years as a journalist, including commentary for ESPN International.

Jamal Murphy

College basketball Analyst

Jamal Murphy is a sportswriter, attorney and cohost of the Bill Rhoden On Sports podcast with legendary sportswriter Bill Rhoden. A frequent contributor to, he also has his own blog at and covers New York sports for

Tony Mejia

NFL Analyst

Tony Mejia is an independent columnist and handicapper exclusively for, following several years as a senior writer and producer at The New York native is renowned for the volume of his selections, though no one questions his documented winning records. Though basketball is Tony's first love, his loyalties to football, soccer and baseball are no less strong.

Joel Cook

Golf Analyst

Joel Cook has been the lead writer for Pro Golf Weekly since its 2016 inception, but has been writing for much longer. A graduate of both Grand Valley State University and Marshall University, Joel covers golf, but is also passionate about football and basketball.

Scott Zolotorow

College basketball Analyst

Scott Zolotorow is a senior writer for, where he has covered all things college basketball for the past five years. A University of Maryland graduate, he has covered some of the top games all over the eastern seaboard including the ACC and Big East tournaments, along with the NCAAs.

Jan Levine

NHL Analyst

Jan Levine is a senior writer for, where his NHL Barometer blog measures the Risers and Fallers each week in hockey. Jan also manages RotoWire's NHL and baseball cheat sheets, and covers the New York Rangers for

Ken Meringolo

Nats Scraps

Ken Meringolo has been covering the DC sports scene for over 10 years, most notably as the managing editor of Hogs Haven (, Vox Media's Redskins outlet. He is the founder and owner of 1st Amendment Sports, a digital platform dedicated to the proposition that Washington is, in fact, a great sports town.

C.J. Radune

Motorsports Analyst

C.J. Radune covers motorsports for, providing analysis on NASCAR as well as IndyCar, Formula 1, along with English Premier League soccer. C.J. recently was named Racing Writer of the Year for 2015 by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association, the second time he's won the award.

Kenny Bruce

NASCAR Analyst

Kenny Bruce is the former assistant managing editor at NASCAR Scene and winner of the 2012 Henry T. McLemore Award, presented by the International Motorsports Hall of Fame for lifetime achievement in journalism. Kenny was the National Motorsports Press Association's Writer of the Year three times and is an active NASCAR Hall of Fame voting member.

Jon Hardoon

Horse Racing Analyst

Jon Hardoon is a thoroughbred handicapper for and has worked at the Ragozin Sheets for over 30 years. He has won numerous handicapping contests, and his daily Saratoga seminars have sparked thousands of new horse players throughout the country. Although he has a major audience in Southern California, Jon always calls New York home.  

Dan Leberfeld

Jets Confidential

Dan Leberfeld, founder and publisher of Jets Confidential magazine, is widely respected as one of the most authoritative New York Jets insiders. His "Whispers" column has become a must read for Jets fans. The publication is available on newsstands and via Dan also hosts several programs on Sirius NFL Radio.

Jan Stephenson

Golf Analyst

Jan Stephenson won three LPGA majors in the early 1980s, with a style that brought glamor to the women's game during that period. She owns 16 LPGA victories in all, her final three coming in 1987 before injuries hampered her career. These days, Jan is one of the few women in the course-design business.

Sean O’Grady

Boxing Analyst

Sean O'Grady is a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, holding the WBA lightweight title in the early 1990s on the way to an 81-6 career record with 70 knockouts. After retirement, he became a boxing analyst for USA Network and also has delivered commentary for ESPN, CBS and FOX Sports.

Neil Hornsby

NFL Analyst

Neil Hornsby is founder and chief analyst of, a website which compiles grades of NFL players through film breakdown of every play in every game. The company provides data and information to NFL front offices, as well as NFL player representatives and the media.

Ross Benjamin

Handicapping Analyst

Ross Benjamin of has been involved in various capacities in the sports gaming industry for 31 years, including more than a decade as one of handicapping’s sharpest forecasters. Perhaps Ross’ favorite phrase is, “If you want to be a successful sports handicapper, then start by thinking like a bookmaker.”