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Tedy Bruschi Signs with ESPN

Tedy Bruschi

According to the Boston Herald, retired Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi has reportedly signed on to be an in-studio NFL analyst with ESPN. Bruschi will be used on NFL Live and Sportscenter broadcasts, and may participate in interactive chats for the new ESPN-Boston website, which will start up soon.

It looks asĀ if Spygate (remember that!?!?) did not deter ESPN from signing the former Patriot. Bruschi is set to start his new position as soon as Thursday, which is Opening Night for the NFL.

If only Bruschi bet on football, then he’d be really rich.

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