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Longtime ESPN NFL Analyst Mark Schlereth Has Jumped To Rival FS1 (VIDEO)

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Tags:  Espn   Fox Sports   Mark Schlereth  

Mark Schlereth

Mark Schlereth has left the Worldwide Leader in Sports, and is joining many of his former co-workers from ESPN at Fox Sports.

According to Sporting News, Schlereth’s move from ESPN to Fox Sports has been in the works for months.  He made his FS1 debut Tuesday morning alongside Skip Bayless, ex-Broncos teammate Shannon Sharpe, and Joy Taylor on “Undisputed.”

 

Schlereth worked with ESPN since 2001, appearing on “NFL Live,” “SportsCenter,” “Mike & Mike in the Morning” and other shows. 

Schlereth joins a long list of ex-ESPNers recruited by Horowitz during his two-year reign at FS1, including Skip Bayless, Colin Cowherd, Jason Whitlock, Chris Broussard, Doug Gottlieb and Ray Lewis.



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