ESPN parts ways with Ray Lewis, Cris Carter, adds Randy Moss

ESPN is making a lot of changes to its NFL coverage by parting ways with two of its analysts.

According to The Big Lead, Ray Lewis and Cris Carter will be leaving ESPN and Randy Moss will be joining the network. The network has already removed Mike Ditka from its pregame shows. Ditka will stay at the network and have a different role. Recently retired players Matt Hasselbeck and Charles Woodson are also joining the network. Trent Dilfer is reportedly also leaving the network.

Moss was an NFL analyst for Fox Sports last year. In is unknown what he’ll do at ESPN. Lewis joined ESPN after he retired in 2013 and was on Monday Night Countdown, according to Yahoo Sports. Carter has been with the network since 2008. He was part of Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown and other shows.

ESPN announced on Monday that Sean McDonough will be their new play-by-play announcer for Monday Night Football. McDonough replaces Mike Tirico who is leaving ESPN and joining NBC Sports this summer.

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