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Trent Dilfer Returning to ESPN After Interesting Contract Journey

Trent Dilfer announced and ESPN confirmed that the former quarterback will return to the network’s NFL coverage this upcoming season. In addition to staying on Monday Night Football pre- and post-game, Dilfer will now  commute to Bristol every week to be on the Sunday NFL Countdown panel. 442 more words


ESPN to keep this NFL analyst and give him expanded role

There were rumors spreading around that ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer would be leaving the World Wide Leader, but it seems those rumors can be put to rest. 135 more words



via The Big Lead- “ESPN’s NFL coverage will look dramatically different next year. Our site already reported that Mike Ditka is out from his Countdown gig (though will remain with the network in an emeritus role), and that Matt Hasselbeck and Charles Woodson are on their way in.  219 more words

ESPN Fires Their Three Worst Football Reporters And Hires Randy Moss

ESPN isn’t well-liked around New England, especially when it comes to their NFL coverage.  That probably won’t change, but we can at least count on a little less Patriots hate this year. 391 more words


ESPN To Lose Major Personalities

Written By Dave Gamble

     ESPN, the multimedia conglomerate for sports and entertainment, will apparently look and sound very different in the upcoming months.  According to multiple reports, the company will be parting ways with many of their best analysts and personalities very soon, including Skip Bayless, Mike Tirico, Trent Dilfer and Brad Nessler.   318 more words

ESPN Decides Trent Dilfer Is Not Good Anymore, Expected To Part Ways With NFL Analyst

By Matt Dolloff, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — The purge of talent at ESPN continues, and the latest name to be shown the door might satisfy Patriots fans: the network is expected to part ways with longtime NFL analyst and former quarterback Trent Dilfer, according to Bob Raissman of the… 403 more words


ESPN is losing another member of "Monday Night Football"

ESPN is losing yet another big name from its football related programming sources told Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News. Former NFL quarterback and “Monday Night Countdown” analyst Trent Dilfer is leaving the network. 72 more words