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Matt Millen leaving ESPN, will return to Fox Sports

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 25 / 15

Matt Millen is leaving ESPN to return to Fox Sports, the media company where he rose to be the No. 2 NFL announcer at the turn of the century, according to several sources. The longtime football analyst will become the lead football analyst for the Big Ten Network, paired with Kevin Kugler. Glen ...

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