Handicapping expert Hank Goldberg passes away

Longtime NFL reporter and handicapping expert Hank Goldberg passed away on Monday after a battle with chronic kidney disease, ESPN reported. He died on his 82nd birthday.

Goldberg, known as Hammering Hank, was a fixture on ESPN during football season. He was a contributor to ESPN’s Daily Wager, as well as a regular on NFL Countdown and ESPN Radio. Goldberg also contributed betting content during the Triple Crown races and worked with CBS Sports and SportsLine as a sports-betting expert.

Prior to his long-running career on the national stage, Goldberg was a fixture on the South Florida radio scene dating back to the 1970s. He also spent time as a Miami Dolphins radio analyst. He emerged as a betting expert, gaining the respect of oddsmakers and bringing sports betting to a more mainstream audience.

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