‘Am I an animal in a zoo?’

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Fox Sports sideline reporter Erin Andrews has covered the NFL for a long time, so she’s bound to have an interesting story or two about her interactions with the fans. 

On the latest episode of the “Calm Down” podcast with Charissa Thompson, Andrews discussed a rather aggressive fan who wanted a picture. 

Sideline Reporter Erin Andrews of Fox smiles during an NFL football game between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on September 10, 2023, in Chicago, Illinois.  (Todd Rosenberg/Getty Images)

“I was standing – name-drop – with Baker Mayfield before the game, talking, because I haven’t seen him for the past year,” Andrews said on the podcast. “And as I’m standing there, this guy was like ‘Erin, come over here! I want a picture!'”

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“And I was just like, ‘Am I an animal in a zoo?’”

The fan’s behavior even drew a reaction from Mayfield. 

“Baker tapped me on the shoulder, he’s like, ‘Have fun with that one,’” Andrews continued.‘

“‘I want a picture!’” Andrews said while imitating the fan. “You know what? I want a lot of things, but am I screaming at you?”

Erin Andrews speaks with Dak Prescott, #4 of the Dallas Cowboys, after the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium on December 24, 2022, in Arlington, Texas.  (Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

It wasn’t the only story Andrews told of her interactions as a well-known sports media member. 

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On the way back from covering the Miami Dolphins versus Dallas Cowboys game on Christmas Eve, Andrews recalled an interaction while at the Fort Lauderdale airport as she tried to get a quick bite to eat. 

“This guy is clearly over-served,” Andrews said. “I don’t know if his flight was delayed, or he was over-served.” 

“We got 10 minutes before the bar closes. Can I get a quick burger? No cheese, fries. I don’t care what you have. Can I have something? I haven’t eaten since 8:30 in the morning,” she continued.  

Andrews said one of the workers agreed to get her food and a drink before the man decided to give her some unwanted advice. 

Fox Sports sideline reporter Erin Andrews looks on during the game between the Tennessee Titans and the Philadelphia Eagles on December 4, 2022, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.  (Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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“The guy turned around and the bar, and he goes, ‘I know who you are.’ And I was like, ‘Cool. Anyway, thank you so much. Here’s a tip.’ And he goes, ‘You need to smile more.’ And I said, ‘I didn’t ask,’” Andrews recalled. 

Andrews said the man accused her of not being very nice before she responded with a “not nice word.”

The final week of the NFL season kicks off on Sunday, highlighted by the game between the Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills for the AFC East title. 


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