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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.

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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."

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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."

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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."

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