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The Entertainment Tonight corespondent, who previously worked as a sports anchor at Fox Sports and ESPN, is content with his current gig of rubbing elbows with Hollywood’s finest.
“Look at my job right now,” Frazier said at Super Bowl XLV Media Day. “It’s the best of both worlds. Plus, I’m standing here with Brooklyn Decker. All these other guys are walking around with a bunch of other guys. This is what I do. And they don’t have this in Bristol. For my job, I get to see Halle Berry. These guys get to see Shaquille O’Neal.
However, Frazier does miss the sports world and hasn’t ruled out a return.
“I do miss sports,” Frazier added. “There are days where I just want to do a highlight. One day … one day. But for right now, I’m living the good life.”
“Bobby Valentine has good leadership and management skills — this is the experience you need in this position,” said Mayor Michael Pavia at a press conference Thursday at the Government Center.
Prior to his new position with the city, Valentine was a member of the city’s fire task force and was named the Citizen of the Year in 2010 during a ceremony last week.
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In addition to his online presence, Wilbon will appear weekly on ESPN Radio 1000′s Waddle and Silvy Show in Chicago.
“We’re thrilled to have a writer and a voice of Mike’s stature joining ESPN.com and ESPNChicago.com, where his strong opinions and thoughtful commentary on the most important issues in sports and culture will engage our fans in new ways across our platforms,” said Rob King, vice president and editor-in-chief for ESPN Digital Media.