The Big Lead is reporting that Ray Lewis And Cris Carter are expected to be on their way out of the building, and that Randy Moss is expected to be on his way in.
Cris Carter, who retired from football in 2002, joined ESPN as an analyst in 2008. Ray Lewis, who played until 2012, was hired by the network within months of his retirement. Moss, who shared the field with Carter for four seasons in Minnesota (1998-2001), was previously featured on one of FOX Sports’ Sunday pre-game shows.
The Big Lead has already reported a few other personnel changes at ESPN, including Mike Ditka being removed from Sunday NFL Countdown and Charles Woodson joining the program. The outlet also reported that Matt Hasselbeck is headed to ESPN.
Rob Raissman of the New York Daily News reported that Trent Dilfer is leaving his role at ESPN, and the network has confirmed that both Skip Bayless and Mike Tirico are on their way out as well.