Gus Frerotte - Host
A 7th-round draft pick by the Washington Redskins, Gus went on to
play QB for 7 different NFL teams--the Redskins, Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals, Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins, St. Louis Rams and Minnesota Vikings. His career highlights include an appearance in the 1996 Pro Bowl while with the Redskins and a 99-yard touchdown pass that tied the NFL record for the longest play from scrimmage for the Vikings. After a 15-year
career in the NFL, Gus retired as a Minnesota Viking in 2008.
For years Gus was asked questions by reporters and members of the media, now it's his turn. Gus created "Huddle Up with Gus" a podcast where guests are interviewed about how sports shaped their life.
Find him on Twitter @GusFrerotte
Dave Hager - CoHost
Dave serves as co-host and has been friends with Gus for nearly 25 years. He provides a unique perspective as both a close acquaintance of Gus but also that as a long-time sports fan. Dave is an insurance executive and lives in Fox Chapel, PA with his wife Kelly and daughters Ally and Olivia.
Find him on Twitter @davidchager
Camden Haldeman - Producer
Cam is the producer for Huddle Up with Gus. He is a Pittsburgh native and attended Penn State University for Film and Video Production. Cam initially served as the editor for the podcast before taking on all producing responsibilities. He fell in love with sports as a kid watching the Steelers and has played rugby in both high school and college.
Find him on Twitter @camhaldeman
Check out his other work: www.camhaldeman.com
Teri Shulman - Media Director
Teri is a native Washingtonian with more than 20 years of experience as a media and marketing professional. Early in her career, Teri produced a nationally syndicated sports talk show and then began her own company Athletes First Management where she worked directly with professional athletes booking them appearances, developing endorsement deals and overall brand marketing. Teri's love of sports came from her dad who was a semi-pro golfer and had her putting and learning to drive a golf cart from the time she was five. Her real passion pro football came from her grandfather who had Redskins season tickets and took Teri to all the home games from the time she was 10 years old.
Find her on Twitter @Teri_Huddle