ESPN hopes stability allows NFL studio shows to continue

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News: ESPN hopes to re-sign all of its NFL TV studio free agents, sources say.

Countdown Chemistry: While the weekday show, “NFL Live” has surpassed “Sunday NFL Countdown” in many ways in relevance, ESPN has no plans to mix on-air personnel for each program. The network hopes to re-sign Countdown’s Randy Moss, Matt Hasselbeck and host Sam Ponderaccording to sources.

7 digit show: ESPN’s efforts may not be completely successful, but the goal is to keep the Countdown group, which also includes Tedy Bruschi and Rex Ryan, in place. Although Countdown doesn’t rise in ratings like Live, its 1.1 million viewership on Super Bowl Sunday was the most on cable that day, aside from Chris Berman“NFL PrimeTime”, which just beat him.

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