Steve Phillips Will Appear on ‘Today Show’ to Tell His Story, Offer Perspective on Tiger Woods Scandal

Former ESPN analyst Steve Phillips will be a guest on NBC's Today Show on Monday to discuss his ordeal and provide insight into the Tiger Woods scandal, according to media reports.

ESPN fired Phillips last year after he admitted to having an affair with 22-year-old production assistant Brooke Hundley. Since the scandal broke, the 46-year-old Phillips voluntarily received treatment for sex addiction at the Gentle Path clinic in Hattiesburg, Miss. Woods reportedly received treatment for his sex addiction at the same medical center.

The morning program will feature an exclusive interview with Phillips in which the former Mets general manager talks about his own sex scandal along with Woods' current situation.