Cowherd’s Days Numbered at ESPN ???

    Colin Cowherd ESPN
    • DG Reply
      4 years ago

      I’ll do it for a mere $100K per year with a $5M buyout.

      • BobLee Reply
        4 years ago

        These shows that are simulcast on TV / Radio must generate mega-$$$$ for ESPN. All these on-air guys have agents who have access to revenues and “going rates”. The question for Skipper is how critical is a specific “talent” to holding an audience. The “woods” are full of 100s of Dave Glens and Adam Golds who could replace CC tomorrow and yack about sports crap. It is rare to find a”talent” without an “ego” to go with it.

    • JHCJ Reply
      4 years ago

      It couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. Several times in the past few weeks he’s called Michael Bloomberg the best and smartest politician in America. His arrogance and I’m-right-and-you’re-an-idiot schtick has gotten old. He was hinting just yesterday that he was going to move to Los Angeles. I wondered what that was all about. Now I know.

      • BobLee Reply
        4 years ago

        I grew weary of Cowherd some months ago. Oddly, I find Skip Bayless more palatable than Cowherd for the little I watch/listen to either one.

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