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ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman walks on the sideline before an NFL football game between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens, Monday, Dec. 12, 2016, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Chris Berman will no longer be ESPN's lead NFL broadcaster


It's official. ESPN announced Thursday that Chris Berman will no longer serve as the company's lead NFL correspondent after the Super Bowl, reports New York Daily News. Berman will also give up his role in the network's baseball coverage. 

Berman will remain as a contributor on ESPN's "Monday Night Countdown" crew and as a play-by-play voice on ESPN radio during the divisional round of the MLB playoffs. 

Berman joined ESPN one month after its launch in 1979. He was famous for his catchphrases and some iconic moments. 

He Could...Go...All...The...Way!

WATCH | One of Berman's most famous calls: "He could... go... all... the... way!"

Chris Berman -- Most Excited "Whoop" Ever

WATCH | The Berman "whoop"

Berman will be missed by fans and players alike. 

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