Adam Amin, who is one of the up-and-coming play-by-players in sportscasting, will be leaving ESPN and taking his talents to Fox Sports, according to NY Post.
Sources told Andrew Marchand of NY Post that Fox and Amin are finalizing a deal that will have him call NFL or college football, as well as Major League Baseball.
Shortly after that news broke, the NY Post added that former NFL linebacker and current ESPN analyst Emmanuel Acho is also getting set to bolt from the Worldwide leader and sign on with Fox Sports.
“Acho, 29, will be a part of the newly repackaged FS1 morning show, “First Things First.” Acho, who played college ball at Texas and had a stint in the NFL, will join Jenna Wolfe, Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes.”
Acho spent five seasons in the NFL after a standout career at Texas and quickly rose to prominence on ESPN over the past few years.
Amin was on Thursday Night college football, the women’s Final Four and also called NBA and MLB games.
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