ESPN has seen a mass exodus in talent recently, but not everyone left the global sports network on their own terms. Find out what happened to some of the biggest names at the "Worldwide Leader."\r\n\r\nSkip Bayless is leaving his co-hosting gig on "First Take" to join Fox Sports 1 when his contract expires in August.\r\n\r\nMike Tirico walked away from ESPN to join NBC Sports, where he will be heavily involved in NFL and Olympics coverage.\r\n\r\nColin Cowherd left ESPN for Fox Sports 1 when his contract expired but he didn't go out on good terms. ESPN gave him the boot early for making controversial remarks about baseball players from the Dominican Republic.\r\n\r\nJason Whitlock landed at Fox Sports 1 after severing ties with ESPN last year. He became disgruntled with ESPN when it took control over a website he dreamed up, The Undefeated.\r\n\r\nBill Simmons is doing OK for himself, with a podcast empire and a new show on HBO coming this summer. ESPN declined to renew his contract last year and eventually pulled the plug on his website, Grantland.\r\n\r\nKeith Olbermann has left ESPN, rejoined it and left again. The polarizing broadcaster has been looking for his next venture since splitting with ESPN for a second time last year.\r\n\r\nCurt Schilling was fired last month for sharing insensitive memes and providing anti- transgender commentary on social media.