Max Dible

University of Iowa, Iowa State University
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii


Max Dible is a sports journalist covering the NFL, NBA and MLB 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

  • Bears’ Splash Signing in 2023 Dubbed Worst-Paid Player on Roster

    The Chicago Bears are probably doing free agency right when one of their most expensive additions lands the title of the team's worst-compensated player after his first year.

  • Browns Dubbed Landing Spot for $70 Million Pro Bowl D-Tackle

  • Vikings ‘Most Underpaid Player’ Poised to Sign Monster Extension

  • Lakers Insider Offers Unsettling Update on Anthony Davis’ Injury

  • ‘Desperate’ NFC Team Emerges as Threat to Vikings’ Plans to Draft QB

  • Vikings Trade Pitch Nets Top-4 Pick for Just 2 First-Rounders, Not 3

    The Minnesota Vikings will have to pay a premium to jump into the top five for a franchise QB, but there's a chance they could limit the cost to two first-round picks and change.

  • Packers Predicted to Draft Massive OT to Replace David Bakhtiari

  • Bears Must Mortgage Almost Entire Draft to Land Top Wide Receiver

  • Justin Jefferson Sends Vikings Loud Message With Remarks on Chase, Burrow

  • Bears Urged to Trade 9th Pick, Target 17-TD Wide Receiver Out of SEC

  • Nick Chubb, Browns Agree to Revised Contract: Report

    Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb has agreed to restructure his deal in order to remain with the team.

  • Patriots May Price Vikings Out of Trade for No. 3 Pick: Report

  • Vikings’ Premier Signing Dubbed Potential ‘Big-Money Bust’

  • Browns’ Garrett Named Star to ‘Keep an Eye on’ After Allen Signs for $150 Million

  • Bears Trade Pitch Flips 9th Selection for 3 Draft Picks, Including 2 Firsts

  • LeBron James Predicted to Opt Out of Contract, Make Big Ask of Lakers

  • Vikings’ Justin Jefferson Predicted to Smash WR Contract Record by $30 Million

  • Bears Advised to Trade Down in NFL Draft, Stockpile Top-100 Picks

  • Vikings Take New Approach to Scouting QBs Ahead of Franchise Decision

  • Bears Warned to Avoid All-American Pass-Catcher in NFL Draft

    The Chicago Bears already have an impressive set of playmakers for whoever ends up their next starting QB, and the No. 9 pick in the NFL draft could make the group downright indomitable. 

  • Packers Candidates to Trade Up for Elite Cornerback Prospect

  • Ex-Vikings RB Dalvin Cook Sends Bold Message to NFL on Next Shot

  • Vikings Warned Not to ‘Get Cute,’ Trade Back for NCAA Passing Leader

  • Hall of Fame RB Criticizes Fields Trade, Says Bears Face Same Issue With Williams

  • Vikings Dubbed ‘Favorite Team Fit’ for Elite QB at Pick No. 11

    The Minnesota Vikings are probably going to add to the QB room behind Sam Darnold via the NFL draft, but with which player at which pick remain open questions that carry serious implications.

  • Rome Odunze Sends Bears Clear Message on Potentially Playing With Caleb Williams

  • Bears Break Silence on Plans for 9th Overall Pick in NFL Draft

  • Vikings Warned of Financial Implications in Potential Trade for $263 Million QB

  • Bears Dubbed Top Fit for Leading Pass-Catcher in College Football

  • Wilson’s Broncos Exit May Foreshadow Deshaun Watson’s Future with Browns

    Now matter how the upcoming season plays out, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson is gonna get his money — all $230 million of it.