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“I have an entrepreneurial spirit…I wanted to continue my Fantasy Life stuff. I wanted to be able to keep doing that and building those businesses,” said Berry.
After the departure of Matthew Berry to NBC, ESPN has locked down fantasy expert Field Yates with a new contract to remain in Bristol.
This is truly a full circle moment for me,” said Berry, who served as a fantasy football expert at NBC Sports’ Rotoworld from 1999-2004.
Berry is expected to host a daily podcast and have his own Sunday fantasy football show.
" I don’t understand ESPN letting the biggest name (by far) in the fantasy football business walk away," wrote King, "and I probably never will."
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"Were there a couple of things thru the years that Matthew wanted to do that Matthew didn't get to do? Absolutely," said Miller. "But he stayed....
"It's gonna be interesting, to me, to see who is going step up," Ourand told his co-host Andrew Marchand. "And I'm not sure if it's just...
"Marchand writes that there is no formal agreement as of yet and the network declined to comment."