Dan looks to be happy, without a care in the world, as he covers the pre-game coverage on CBS Sports’ ‘Super Bowl Today’ on Feb. 3, four days after his affair emerged.
Dan Marino is keeping himself busy now that his affair and love child with Donna Savattere has been revealed. The 51-year-old CBS sports commentator appeared on the network’s Super Bowl pre-game coverage and he appeared at ease. In fact, he appeared to not have a care in the world.
After reportedly paying a Donna, a former CBS employee, to remain quiet after they had a love child together, the former Miami Dolphins quarterback looked totally happy during the Super Bowl pre-game coverage, throwing a football around with the guys and laughing over various jokes.
We shouldn’t be too surprised that Dan was not asked to comment on the matter on air. CBS released a statement on Jan. 31 saying, “Dan has said all there is to say on this matter, and will be in his usual role on our broadcast Super Bowl Sunday.”
The Dan Marino Scandal
Dan had an affair with Donna, a former production assistant. Dan has been married for 28 years and they have six kids together.
Dan admitted to the affair and released this statement: “This is a personal and private matter. I take full responsibility both personally and financially for my actions now as I did then. We mutually agreed to keep our arrangement private to protect all parties involved.”
Do you think CBS should have been told to can Dan? Or do you think it’s okay that he’s commenting for the Super Bowl on air?
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