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ESPN’s NFL Sunday Countdown and Monday Night Football pre-game shows are some of the most watched (and sometimes scrutinized) sports programs on television. There have been tons of great moments over the years and some that have left viewers scratching their heads. According to The Big Lead, ESPN will be shaking things up in the coming NFL season as it is being reported that they will be giving Ray Lewis and Cris Carter (the Bap Master) the pink slip.

With that said, the network will be bringing on NFL future Hall of Famer Randy Moss. The former wide out was previously a pregame analyst for rival network Fox Sports last season. The addition of Moss won’t be the only change, as ESPN have also removed Mike Ditka, hiring Matt Hasselbeck and the newly retired Charles Woodson as studio analysts in his place.

Respect: Deadspin

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