After being with the sports network for eight years, Erin Andrews is leaving ESPN. The sports network’s VP of Communications Josh Krulewitz tweet this afternoon that “Erin Andrews leaving ESPN. She did great work for us & we made an aggressive offer to keep her. We wish her the best on her next chapter.” Andrews’ contract with ESPN expires tomorrow. Sports Illustrated reported earlier that Fox Sports was talking to Andrews about the host coming over to them. Andrews, who joined ESPN in 2004, has been the co-host of the network’s College GameDay since 2011. Andrews hasn’t actually appeared on-air for ESPN since March when she reported on a college basketball tournament. The host, who appeared on Dancing With The Stars in 2010, was also a contributor to Good Morning America, though she hasn’t appeared on the show since covering the 2011 Academy Awards.
Co-Host Erin Andrews Leaving ESPN
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