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Report: Fox's Katie Nolan "Likely" Headed To ESPN

Katie Nolan on her show Garbage Time.

A star sports personality could be headed to ESPN.

Emmy-winning host Katie Nolan might be headed to ESPN sooner than we thought.

According to a report from Awful Announcing, a few months after Nolan’s Garbage Time was canceled, it looks like she is ready to join Fox's biggest competitor.

Neither Fox nor Nolan has publicly discussed a plan for her future with the company after her show was canceled. Nolan has been on a hiatus from the network for some time, and it's now being reported that she might leave when her contract with Fox is over, or perhaps even sooner.

Sports media reporter Jim Miller reported last week that Nolan was poised to meet with former FS1 boss Jamie Horowitz before he was fired amid a sexual harassment investigation.

ESPN has been trying to lure Katie Nolan away from Fox for some time, and it looks like the company's plan may finally come to fruition.

At just 30 years of age, Nolan would be a huge hit particularly among young viewers. Could she be paired with Mike Greenberg on his new show come January? Or perhaps ESPN will try to build a show solely around her.

We'll have to wait and see how it plays out, but Nolan would be a massive addition to ESPN.

[Awful Announcing]