The turnover continues at ESPN, but depending on your personal tastes, the latest changes could be a positive. According to The Big Lead, ESPN is cutting ties with Ray Lewis and Cris Carter, and adding Randy Moss.
Details about Moss’ role at the network are unclear at this time, but he’s sure to factor into some form of the network’s NFL programming. With Trent Dilfer not expected back, Keyshawn Johnson previously let go, Mike Ditka’s role changed, and Lewis, and Carter now out, it’s clear that the network wants to freshen up its football analysts.
During the off-season the network has added Charles Woodson, and Matthew Hasselbeck, and with Moss now on board, it’s safe to say that a full makeover has begun. The only question is, will this be the end of it or does the network have other moves planned?