9
May
2016

Former NFL’er Ray Lewis Out At ESPN

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Rumor has it, we won’t be seeing Ray Lewis on ESPN anytime soon. According to multiple reports, the network is parting ways with the former Ravens player and Cris Carter.

Reportedly, Randy Moss is one of the latest additions. According to Yahoo News,

Carter, who has been with ESPN since 2008, has been part of “Sunday NFL Countdown,” “Monday Night Countdown” and other shows. He came under fire last year when it was revealed that he told freshly-drafted players at the 2014 NFL rookie symposium to get a “fall guy” in case they get in trouble.

Lewis, who joined ESPN immediately after retiring in 2013, is also no stranger to controversy off the field; he has most prominently been part of “Monday Night Countdown.”

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In addition to Moss, ESPN also added recently-retired (and not nearly as controversial) players Matt Hasselbeck and Charles Woodson to its talent roster.

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