All the stars were out for the NFL Honors.
Annie Agar, the NFL’s most outspoken provocateur, dazzled at the NFL Honors event on Thursday evening.
Sporting a striking red dress that accentuated her figure, Agar turned heads as she graced the red carpet, posing confidently with a football in hand. Ever the provocateur, she didn’t miss the chance to throw some shade at former Atlanta Falcons head coach Arthur Smith, humorously suggesting he was unfairly overlooked for Coach of the Year despite his dismissal following a lackluster performance last season.
As a correspondent at Bally Sports in Chicago since 2021, Agar has gained recognition for her humorous and widely shared videos across various platforms, showcasing her sharp wit and comedic timing.
With sports running in her blood—her father being a former minor league baseball player—Agar’s path to sports reporting was clear from a young age.
After deciding on her career trajectory in high school, she pursued a degree in sports broadcasting from Grand Valley State University, interned, and began her professional journey with a local station before joining Bally Sports.
Despite her playful demeanor, Agar’s commentary on Arthur Smith’s coaching tenure with the Falcons was grounded in reality. Smith’s departure from the Falcons came swiftly after completing his third consecutive losing season.
Over his three-year tenure, he amassed a 21-30 record, with the Falcons failing to reach a winning record each year, culminating in his dismissal.