Nov 24, 2022
Kay Adams lands new job on DICK’S Sporting Goods commercial after leaving NFL Network show Good Morning Football
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KAY ADAMS is going from strength to strength after leaving NFL Network.
The popular sports host is back on televisions across America as part of a new holiday commercial and her own FanDuel show.2Kay Adams appeared in a commercial for DICK'S Sporting GoodsCredit: YouTube/DICK'S Sporting Goods 2The popular sports host left NFL Network after six years on Good Morning FootballCredit: YouTube/DICK'S Sporting Goods
Adams, 36, also fronted a DICK'S Sporting Goods advert for back-to-school wear earlier this summer.
She left her previous role as host on Good Morning Football after six years.
Kay had been with the NFL morning show since launch in 2016 and was key to its success.
Co-host Nate Burleson left last year for CBS morning television and Adams followed suit this summer.Read More Sport StoriesMAKING MOVES Kay Adams' new job rumors mount after GMFB fans react to her replacementNEW GIG Who is Jamie Erdahl? College football host replaces Kay Adams on GMFB
The pair were replaced by Jamie Erdahl and former Super Bowl winner Jason McCourty.
Adams now present a new show named 'Up & Adams' on FanDuel.
She had been linked with Amazon as the streaming giants prepare to show Thursday Night Football live this season.
The ex-GMFB host expressed her gratitude to staff and viewers during her final segment on May 13, saying she was just "a pile of love and appreciation."Most read in NFLJOHN GONE How NFL star John Madden passed awayFIRING BACK Jenny Taft got into heated debate with Skip Bayless after controversial commentHOME SWEET HOME Gisele moves into new $11.5m Miami pad opposite Brady and talks to designerNEW SPARK Meet the stunning model and influencer who is rumored girlfriend of Zach Wilson
Adams said: "I am so blown away by the love, like overwhelmed, so thank you so much. So you see, it's not four people who love football, it was never that. It was perfect conflation of magic.
"So, thank you to every person that's ever touched this show or chosen to spend time with us, and I'm just really grateful.
"I don't know the answers to where I'm going, or what I'm doing, or when you'll see me next, but I really just have deep gratitude, so thank you guys."Topics
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NFL linebacker wont face charges after flattening woke protester who stormed field with smoke bomb: Theres consequences for your actions
What did Wagner have to say?
Wagner later said he knew about the protester filing a police report but had larger concerns on his mind, ESPN reported.
"Cant really focus on it," Wagner said, according to the sports network. "Im more concerned about the security guard that was hurt trying to chase him. ... You just got to do what you got to do."
Wagner also said players never know what trespassers who run onto the field have in their hands or pockets, ESPN said.
"Theres consequences for your actions," Wagner added, according the sports network.
Rams coach Sean McVay has Taylors back, ESPN said: "I think that we all know where Bobbys intentions were ... and I support Bobby Wagner. Thats where Im at with that. I dont think anybody will disagree."You do owe a duty of safety, even to trespassers
After the protester claimed Wagner assaulted him, Los Angeles personal injury attorney Rony Barsoum told KTTV-TV the protester could have a case against Taylor under California law.
"You have to provide a reasonable amount of safety, even for trespassers," Barsoum told the station, adding that if "someone trespasses on your premises" and gets injured by "something dangerous on your premises ... that can be a claim, even though he was trespassing. So you do owe a duty of safety, even to trespassers."
Barsoum added to KTTV that the protester can claim that Wagner "didnt need to tackle him" and that "security was gonna get him" and Wagner "didnt have to hit him that hard." The station also pointed out that Wagner can claim he feared for his and others safety and was therefore justified in knocking the protester down.