ESPN may be synonymous with sports, but plenty of stars have bailed for Fox Sports lately. Have a look at some the big names.
Chris BroussardThe longtime NBA analyst - who's gotten some criticism for remarks considered homophobic - joined Fox Sports this past fall.
Cris CarterOnce Cris Carter caught touchdown passes on the field. Now this Hall of Fame receiver will analyze them from the booth for Fox.
Skip BaylessThe outspoken sports columnist and "First Take" analyst bailed on ESPN back in April and now co-hosts "Skip and Shannon" with Shannon Sharpe on Fox Sports 1.
Jamie HorowitzThis is the guy who might be responsible for many of these talent defections. Horowitz, president at Fox Sports, has brought programming secrets learned at ESPN to his new employer.
Colin CowherdThe sports anchor fled ESPN in 2015 and now hosts "The Herd" on FS1.
Jason WhitlockThe ex-ESPN sportswriter co-hosts "Speak for Yourself" on FS1.
Chris SpielmanA former NFL All-Pro, Spielman worked at ESPN for years but now has a gig as a game analyst for Fox NFL.
Shannon SpakeAn experienced sidelines reporter, Spake hustled for ESPN for 10 years but switched to Fox in 2016 where she covers NASCAR, college football and basketball.
Rob ParkerThe former member of ESPN's "First Take" has resurfaced on "Fox Sports Live."