Max Kellerman moving from ESPN’s ‘First Take’ to morning radio show with Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams

Max Kellerman’s departure from “First Take” is official.

Kellerman sat opposite Stephen A. Smith on the two-hour debate show for five years, but ESPN announced Tuesday that Kellerman is leaving the show to join the morning radio program.

Front Office Sports first reported Kellerman’s potential move last week.

Alongside ex-NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson and former basketball star Jay Williams, Kellerman will replace Zubin Mehenti, who has been absent for an extended period due to a medical issue. Mehenti will return to “SportsCenter” anchoring duties upon his return.

Kellerman will also be hosting “a new ESPN television series (more details to follow),” ESPN said in a release. The company also said plans on First Take’s updated format will be revealed “soon.” Kellerman’s weekly boxing show on ESPN2 will continue.

Max Kellerman attends the 2021 Sports Humanitarian Awards on July 12, 2021 in New York City.

Max Kellerman attends the 2021 Sports Humanitarian Awards on July 12, 2021 in New York City.

With Kellerman’s two-hour radio slot

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Wisconsin Radio Station’s Aaron Rodgers Scoop Has Packers Fans Excited

A closeup of Aaron Rodgers in his Green Bay Packers helmet

A closeup of Aaron Rodgers in his Green Bay Packers helmet

Aaron Rodgers has at least one big golf match coming up this summer: with Bryson DeChambeau against Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in The Match. It looks like he may plan to get some summer rounds in up in Green Bay.

Rodgers’ plans for the season have dominated the NFL offseason. The reigning MVP has made it pretty clear that he doesn’t want to play for the team going forward, though some believe the two sides can work through their issues ahead of the season.

Now, there is at least some indication that he plans to be in Green Bay this year. As reported by The Score Wisconsin, which operates out of the Appleton-Oshkosh area, Rodgers has renewed his membership to Green Bay Country Club for the year.

For Rodgers, this probably isn’t a huge expense to have

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Adia Barnes to make Mother’s Day appearance on ‘SportsCenter,’ join radio roundtable | Arizona Wildcats basketball

“To be a mom means the world to me,” Barnes said in a promo for the segment, “but it doesn’t mean I don’t follow my dream.”

Additions to the squad

Over the past month, Arizona has added guard Taylor Chavez and forwards Koi Love and Ariyah Copeland to the roster. Barnes said she hopes to land one more transfer — a point guard.

What goes into bringing in a transfer?

Barnes said she first looks at how the player can make her team better. She examines their flaws, too.

“When I’m thinking about ways to make us a little better and fill in the gaps, and I look at the areas that we weren’t great in the tournament,” Barnes said. “We had a tough time inside. When Stanford made a conscious effort to pound the ball inside (in the national championship game), we had problems.

“Then my thing is like,

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