Michael Fabiano Not Returning to NFL Network

NFL Network is not bringing back Michael Fabiano, sources tell Outkick. Fabiano’s contract expires this summer.

In April, Fabiano began hosting a fantasy football show with Lisa Ann on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio. It was not clear at the time if Fabiano would host the show in addition to his duties at the NFL Network.

Fabiano appeared on NFL Fantasy Live and the Fantasy Live podcast as the network’s senior fantasy football analyst.

Dave Dameshek will also not return to NFL Network. Dameshek wrote for and contributed to the fantasy coverage.

In other news at the company, as Outkick reported, NFL insider Tom Pelissero has agreed to terms to remain at the NFL Network.

Other recent media news at Outkick:

Mike Greenberg is close to a deal to host an ESPN Radio show.

Jalen Rose and David Jacoby are candidates to join Keyshawn Johnson on the revamped ESPN morning radio show.

Roman Harper has agreed to join SEC Nation with Laura Rutledge, Tim Tebow, and Jordan Rodgers.

CC Sabathia to host a podcast with The Ringer


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  1. If the cheerleading nature of the NFL network doesn’t stop soon, I’m canceling that channel. I only kept it this long, because I could watch the channel Sunday’s with the sound off, and fox sports radio on in the background. I’m afraid that social justice will become the topic no matter what is happening on the field.

    That combo might not work now that so many liberals are on fax sports radio. Now none of us can escape to just root for a team.

    The pro sports golden goose is constipated.

    • “The pro sports golden goose is constipated.”
      Couldn’t agree more Chris. No matter what was going on in the world or in someone’s personal life, getting together to watch “the game” was always an escape. Even more, it was a chance for diverse groups to forget about any differences and all cheer for the same thing.

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