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Former ESPN’s Sean Salisbury Fired as Lingerie Football League Announcer

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, January 10th, 2012
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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 He’s been replaced by Bob Hewko, a former QB for the University of Florida, Mortaza added.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.”

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