Two NFL Players Drop Radio Jobs To Sign With New Teams
August 25, 2011 at 6:39 AM (PT)
With the NFL locked out this SUMMER, some free agent players turned to radio as an alternate vocation, but now that the lockout is over and teams are signing free agents, those second jobs are coming to an end.
KIRK MORRISON, former OAKLAND RAIDERS and JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS linebacker, has exited his SATURDAY FOX SPORTS RADIO show and has signed with the BUFFALO BILLS. MORRISON has inked a one-year deal with the BILLS.
And at GENESIS Sports WHBO-A (1040 ESPN)/TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG, former NEW YORK JETS, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS, ST. LOUIS RAMS and ARIZONA CARDINALS tight end ANTHONY BECHT has exited his job as NFL analyst to sign a one-year deal with the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS. BECHT did not play in the 2010 regular season after getting cut by ARIZONA at the end of training camp.