ESPN reporter Darren Rovell's final day with ESPN is Friday.
Taking to Twitter, Rovell thanked ESPN for making his "dream come true." He also made note of how many days he worked for the network in his career.
In a recent FOX Sports interview, Rovell revealed he is leaving ESPN to take on a position with the Action Network, which covers sports gambling content.
Rovell's accomplishments include an Emmy Award from his 2008 election coverage, numerous documentaries, and an appearance in the ESPN 30 for 30 film Broke.
Broke was the subject of controversy due to incorrect statements Rovell made regarding the NFL Players Association's Financial Advisor Program.
He is also the author First In Thirst: How Gatorade Turned The Science of Sweat Into A Cultural Phenomenon.