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Erin Andrews To Have A New Role At FOX

Erin Andrews has re-signed with FOX.

The 38-year-old sideline reporter will have a new role at the network: she will now focus solely on her duties with NFL coverage. 

Andrews will no longer do the MLB for FOX, per a report by SI.com. The former ESPN reporter had called MLB All-Star Games and the World Series for the network. 

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Erin Andrews has re-signed with Fox Sports. One big change: She's no longer working MLB. @SInow Media: https://t.co/xx19JzjdJU

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From SI.com:

“We are thrilled that Erin will continue as our lead sideline reporter on the NFL on FOX’s ‘A-Team’ including our upcoming coverage of Super Bowl LI,” said John Entz, the network’s president of production. “We appreciate Erin’s great contributions to our MLB coverage. With her commitments beyond Fox Sports, we fully support Erin’s decision to focus her role here at FOX on the NFL.”

Andrews has been at FOX since July 2012.

[SI.com]