Michael David Smith of AOL FANHOUSE reports that ESPN’s Sean Salisbury is setting sail from Bristol.
The NFL analyst is parting ways with the Worldwide Leader after 12 years of service. But he didn’t leave without selling himself to potential employers.
“I have grown as much as I can at ESPN and decided to expand my horizons. I have created a brand and it’s time to expand into other opportunities in TV, radio, Internet, publishing, movies and public speaking, among others. My resume speaks for itself as a football analyst, and I believe I can talk all sports with the best of them.”
All ESPN would say about Sean’s sayonara is this:
“Sean Salisbury has made many contributions to our efforts for the past 12 years. We thank him and wish him all the best.”
In other words, good riddance.
See, this is what happens when you mess with John Clayton.
Who’s the Cryptkeeper now, biatch?