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And they also have several regional sites (ESPN Chicago, ESPN New York) that have people who already cover those teams. I'd also imagine the divisional bloggers have some experience covering one of the teams in the division they're assigned to. (Does this move mean no more divisional bloggers?)
I'm told salaries and benefits for all 32 positions.. This will be fucking nuts... Since I'm guessing ESPN will poach writers from papers in most situations, there will be a lot of papers scrambling to hire writers right before the season...
I can't imagine its actually 32 new positions.....they already have Mike Reiss for the Patriots and probably someone similar with the other regional sites as mentioned before (NY, Chicago, Dallas?).Still 25 new positions is pretty big.
Wouldn't surprise me. They've gone nuts over the NFL at the expense of other stuff.
I'd be STUNNED if these jobs offered benefits, MizzouGrad96. That's not the way ESPN rolls.
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