Mike Greenberg’s new partner-in-crime remains a mystery. Charissa Thompson has chosen to stay with Fox Sports, according to a Sports Illustrated report, after rumors that ESPN wanted the TV personality to join Greenberg on his new morning show surfaced earlier Wednesday. Thompson’s future became a topic of discussion recently, with her contract at Fox set...
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