Another big name on the move when it comes to broadcasters.
Sports Business Journal reported Tuesday that the NFL hall of famer is leaving the NFL Network.
The former Dallas Cowboys cornerback worked as an NFL Network analyst for years on a variety of programs and even served as a vocal mentor to troubled players, most recently suspended wide receiver Antonio Brown.
On Sundays during the NFL season, Sanders joins host Chris Rose on NFL Network’s NFL GameDay Prime, providing interviews with all of the top playmakers from the day’s games.
Sanders played 14 NFL seasons for the Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens.
He is 22nd all-time with 53 career interceptions and his 25.1-yards per interception return average ranks second in NFL history.
The Hall of Famer won two Super Bowls in 1994 with San Francisco 49ers win Super Bowl XXIX and again with the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX.