Former ESPN’s Sean Salisbury Fired as Lingerie Football League Announcer
Remember Salisbury they super annoying former ESPN analyst who was fired for sending “Favre Style” emails of Lil Sean to co-workers?
When he was fired he said he would move on to bigger and better things. I guess that was LFL announcer, but he was fired from that job too.
Ex-ESPN football analyst Sean Salisbury is out as a TV analyst for the Lingerie Football League with three weeks to go in the season.
The female football league’s president Mitchell Mortaza confirmed a tweet by CNBC’s Darrell Rovel about the split. He e-mailed LFL “has chosen to part ways” with Salisbury. He’s been replaced by Bob Hewko, a former QB for the University of Florida, Mortaza added.
The LFL released Salisbury from a contract meant to run through MTV2’s telecast of Lingerie Bowl IX on Super Bowl Sunday.
Mortaza declined to comment on the split beyond emailing: “Our expectations were not met in terms of broadcast protocol and we were not pleased with the overall lack of respect toward our producers, which primarily drove the decision.”