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Jalen Rose files for divorce from ESPN host Molly Qerim

Official court documents were reportedly filed on April 30, 2021, just months after the couple starred in a Gatorade commercial together.

Former NBA player turned popular sports analyst Jalen Rose has filed for divorce from his wife of almost three years, Molly Qerim.

TMZ is reporting that the couple has been separated for a year. In a statement, Rose said, “We both agree remaining friends and colleagues is the best course of action for our relationship moving forward.”

This May 2019 photo shows Molly Qerim Rose (left) and Jalen Rose (right) attending the Endometriosis Foundation of America’s 10th Annual Blossom Ball at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

This May 2019 photo shows Molly Qerim Rose (left) and Jalen Rose (right) attending the Endometriosis Foundation of America’s 10th Annual Blossom Ball at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

The site is reporting that official divorce documents were filed on April 30, 2021, just months after the couple starred in a Gatorade commercial together.

Rose and Qerim first went public with their relationship in June

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Spencer Rattler transfer to Arizona State football? ESPN host shoots down ASU speculation

Speculation has surrounded Spencer Rattler and the Arizona State Sun Devils as a possible transfer destination for the Oklahoma quarterback since Rattler was benched as the Sooners starting quarterback.

It reached a boiling point after Rattler announced he was entering the transfer portal earlier this week.

But a tweet from an ESPN College Football host quieted a lot of the speculation surrounding Rattler and ASU as his future home.

Matt Barrie, also an ESPN SportsCenter host and ASU graduate, tweeted out Wednesday that Rattler would not be going to ASU.

He tweeted: “CFB transfer portal news: Spencer Rattler is not transferring to Arizona State.”

More: Spencer Rattler transfer speculation: Arizona State football QB’s ‘likeliest’ landing spot

His tweet conflicts with other reports that Rattler would end up at Arizona State.

Former ASU player Jordan Simone, also a former football broadcaster for the Sun Devils, tweeted out earlier this week that

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Neil Everett joins Blazers broadcasts as a studio host

ESPN anchor Neil Everett is joining Portland Trail Blazers broadcasts on a part-time basis.






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The Blazers announced the news on Monday, also posting an interview with Everett. The interview notes that he’ll continue to host his late night edition of SportsCenter, which seemed like a given since he just got a new contract this summer.

Everett revealed that the new contract lets him work less, opening up more time roles like his new one with Portland.

My contract was coming up at ESPN and I was hoping to work a little less just because of the hours — I’m a little old for going to bed at one or two in the morning that many days a week. So that worked out contractually, it worked out that I was going to be able to work less and I asked them. I talked to

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Former ESPN Host Kenny Mayne Lands A New Job

Kenny Mayne on ESPN.

Kenny Mayne on ESPN.

ESPN got rid of longtime anchor and host Kenny Mayne back in May in what the television personality deemed a “salary cap casualty.” Thankfully, Mayne has not had trouble finding work since.

After serving as a nightly host during the Olympics on NBC, Mayne is now joining Caesars Sportsbook as a content contributor and brand ambassador. This isn’t the first time Mayne has worked at the Las Vegas institution.

In his introductory video this afternoon, he shared that he served as an usher at Caesars during the Muhammad Ali-Larry Holmes fight back in 1980.

At Caesars, Mayne will have the chance to reunite with former ESPN colleague Trey Wingo, who welcomed his buddy to the fold on Twitter this afternoon.

“The past is prologue. Welcome old friend,” Wingo wrote above a selfie of the two former Worldwide Leader employees.

Mayne certainly had a prolific run at

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