The Pat McAfee Show is reportedly set to get a new home.
The former Indianapolis Colts punter will take his flagship program to ESPN beginning in the fall, according to a report from Andrew Marchand of the New York Post.
The deal, said by Marchand to be worth “more than eight figures,” will reportedly extricate McAfee from his previous four-year, $120 million contract with FanDuel.
McAfee teased a deal with ESPN earlier this year, posting a selfie with Disney CEO Bob Iger on Twitter.
ESPN already has a preexisting relationship with McAfee. He’s featured on “College GameDay” every Saturday during the college football season.
Under this new deal, “The Pat McAfee Show” is expected to remain on YouTube in some form. However, it could also be on ESPN for an hour or two each day.