My name is Danny O’Neil, a former West Coast journalist who’s now an East Coast freelancer. I am old enough to have covered a team that no longer exists (Seattle SuperSonics, RIP) for a newspaper that no longer publishes (the Seattle Post-Intelligencer). I stuttered in grade school but grew up to host a radio show for 8 years. Now 47, I’m trying to find the truth about everything from how sources influence NFL reporting to personal essays on everything from my difficult relationship with my stepfather to what the Seattle Seahawks should do next.

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Danny O'Neil 

I work with words, written and spoken. I was born in Oregon, son of a logger, went to high school in California and attended college in Seattle. A New Yorker as of 2019.