Max Dible

NFL, NBA, Football
University of Iowa, Iowa State University
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii


Max Dible is a sports journalist covering the NFL and NBA for His areas of focus include Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns and Golden State Warriors.

He covered local and statewide news as a reporter for West Hawaii Today and served as news director for and Pacific Media Group's family of Big Island radio stations before joining Heavy.

He has won state, regional and national honors for news reporting, long-form feature writing and sports column work, including Best Sports Columnist 2017 as awarded by the Iowa Newspaper Association.


Max Dible holds a bachelor of arts in communication and media studies from the University of Iowa, where he covered the Hawkeye football team for two years for

He also earned a bachelor of arts in journalism from Iowa State University, where he covered men's football and basketball for the Iowa State Daily.

Latest Articles From Max Dible

  • Top-End QB Prospect Says Playing for Bears Would Be ‘Dream Come True’

    The Chicago Bears haven't often been the destination of choice for the game's best QBs, but that isn't the case as this year's NFL draft approaches. 

  • Browns Urged to Deal for $26 Million QB as Alternative to Watson

  • AFC Rival to Compete With Browns for Quarterback Joe Flacco

  • Elite Edge Rusher Dallas Turner Sends Bears Strong Message Ahead of Draft

  • Packers Blockbuster Trade Pitch Nets Team $22 Million WR

  • Dark Horse Trade Partner for Bears QB Justin Fields Predicted to Emerge

    The Chicago Bears should have a solid market for Justin Fields if they trade him, and the number of interested teams may be more than originally thought. 

  • Browns Trade Pitch Flips Pick for Projected $283 Million QB, Watson Replacement

  • Browns Will Attempt to Re-Sign Projected $25 Million Starter: Report

  • Vikings Predicted to Open Season With $242 Million QB Under Center

  • Vikings Meet With Elite QB Prospect, Trade Candidate at NFL Combine

  • DJ Moore Takes Shot at Rookie QB Class Ahead of Bears Drafting No. 1

    The Chicago Bears are a good bet to select QB Caleb Williams with the top pick in the NFL draft, but he won't arrive in the Windy City absent critique from DJ Moore.

  • 2-Time NFL TD Leader Offers Browns Viable Successor to Nick Chubb

  • Packers GM Brian Gutekunst Threatens Job of Underperforming Rookie

  • Vikings’ O’Connell Breaks Long-Held Silence on Cousins’ Future as Deadline Approaches

  • Ryan Poles Breaks Silence on Bears’ Plans for CB Jaylon Johnson

  • Packers Now Likely to Lose $8 Million Starter Next Month

  • Bears Trade Pitch Nets Team $60 Million WR for 4th-Round Pick

  • Browns Back in Mix for Rival $22 Million WR, Favorite of Deshaun Watson

  • Projected $109 Million QB, Candidate to Replace Kirk Cousins Confirmed Available

  • NFL Legend Predicts Bears Trade Top Pick in Final Career Column

    Nearly every prominent NFL analyst believes the Chicago Bears will select QB Caleb Williams with the top pick in the 2024 NFL draft — nearly every one of them. 

  • Rumors of Vikings Trading $20 Million Star Gain Momentum After Cap Spike: Report

  • Warriors Win West, Reach NBA Finals in Insider’s ‘Bold Prediction’

  • Proposal Sees Bears Trade Down in First Round, Net 2 Picks & Elite Edge Rusher

  • Browns Positioned to Reunite With Former 2nd-Rounder to Replace Za’Darius Smith

  • Browns Advised to Pursue $83 Million WR After Bengals Lock Up Tee Higgins

    There are a handful of roster holes the Cleveland Browns could prioritize in free agency, though finding a wide receiver to partner with Amari Cooper is perhaps the most urgent. 

  • Justin Jefferson’s Cost to Vikings Just Went Up Due to New X Factor

  • Draymond Green Gives Anthony Edwards Tough Lesson After ‘Disheartening’ Words

  • Browns Predicted to Part Ways $37 Million Pro Bowler in Coming Weeks

  • Bears Urged to Buck Convention, Make Wild Play With Justin Fields

  • Warriors Agree to Pricey Extension With Head Coach Steve Kerr

    The Golden State Warriors and head coach Steve Kerr agreed to a contract extension on Friday.