Fantasy Football Writers Wanted

Recruiting Fantasy Football Writers for 2020

Gridiron Experts is currently looking to strengthen our team of writers. Previous writing experience is a plus but not required. A background in sports or Fantasy Football would be preferred, although we are happy to find excellent writers and columnists of all kinds.

Gridiron Experts is entering its 12th year and has helped lead many aspiring writers to bigger and better things.

  • Matt Harmon who wrote with us in 2014 has gone on to get hired with & Yahoo
  • Jody Smith writes for CBS Sportsline and just recently accepted a position at FantasyData
  • Adam Strangis spent a year grinding it out with Gridiron Experts then took a larger role with FanSided
  • Eric Moody wrote part-time with us for years and now writes for FantasyData and TheAthletic
  • Just recently Andrew Erickson accepted a full-time position at PFF

All new hires will have an opportunity to learn valuable skills in regards to writing online and Search Engine Optimization, as well as meeting and working with many respected up and coming people in the field.

Being a member of the Gridiron Experts team will allow you to meet some amazing people in the industry, take part in many group fantasy projects with other respected names, and get a crash-course introduction into the world of writing online. Your articles will be a featured part of our weekly routine, and over time you will become a trusted source for our site.

Currently Looking For:

Fantasy Football Writers & Podcasts Wanted

As always, we’re searching for knowledgeable Fantasy Football writers with a great deal of experience. We are looking for a wide range of fantasy football writers, from long time family and office league players to high rollers playing in huge contests.

Please fill out the application below to apply


1 thought on “Fantasy Football Writers Wanted”

  1. Do you typically search for writers in February each year? I’ve got a knack for writing and a love for fantasy football and would love to put the two to good use in the future.


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