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This year marks the fifth anniversary of FS1, or The Network Formerly Known As Fox Sports One, The One For Fun. The network’s timeline saw rumors about the conversion of Speed and Fuel into general-sports channels as early as January 2013, but things really kicked up around May’s upfronts when their programming schedule was announced and hires started rolling in ahead of August’s launch.

Five years later, though, the network’s personnel lineup looks very different. Similar to our examination of where former ESPNers have headed following their April 2017 layoffs, here’s a look at many of the employees who joined Fox Sports 1 ahead of or around the 2013 launch, and where they are now.

Out of TV

Ryan Nece
Then: NFL analyst
Now: Fellow at Aspen Institute Business and Society Program, managing partner at Next Play Capital, chairman of his foundation

Brian Urlacher
Then: NFL analyst
Now: Restore Hair spokesperson

Scott Fujita
Then: NFL analyst
Now: Board member and associate director with Team Gleason, producer on Gleason

Georgie Thompson
Then: Crowd Goes Wild host
Now: Occasional UK TV appearances, married to famed sailor Sir Ben Ainslie

Clay Travis
Then: college football analyst
Now: Fox Sports Radio host

Regis Philbin
Then: Crowd Goes Wild host
Now: Retired, spending time with family

Jason Gay
Then: Crowd Goes Wild panelist
Now (and then): Wall Street Journal columnist

Gabe Kapler
Then: MLB analyst
Now: Philadelphia Phillies manager

Donovan McNabb
Then: Fox Sports Live panelist
Now: Looking for his next opportunity after stints at ESPN, NFL Network, and ESPN Radio

Andy Roddick
Then: Fox Sports Live panelist
Now: Has had some BBC commentary stints, now runs his foundation and mocks Kanye and Skip Bayless on Twitter

Gary Payton
Then: Fox Sports Live panelist
Now: Working on getting the Sonics back to Seattle, has written for The Players’ Tribune, and done weekly NFL picks

Eddie George
Then: college football analyst
Now: Broadway star in Chicago

Greg Norman
Then: golf analyst
Now (and then): chairman and CEO of the Greg Norman Company, covering everything from golf course design to apparel to beef and water parks

Michael Kosta
Then: Crowd Goes Wild panelist
Now: stand-up comedian, podcaster, Daily Show correspondent

Trevor Pryce
Then: Crowd Goes Wild panelist
Now: Author of young adult fiction, creator/producer of Netflix animated series Kulipari: An Army of Frogs (second season coming this fall) based on his books

Julie Stewart-Binks
Then: Fox Soccer Daily host, update anchor, MLS sideline reporter
Now: searching for next opportunity after stints at ESPN and Barstool Sports

Danielle Trotta
Then: NASCAR Race Hub co-host
Now: Host and reporter for Sirius XM NASCAR coverage

Ben Teller
Then:
Production assistant, social media producer, social media manager, Jay and Dan Podcast figure
Now: Business development manager at Onward Search

At non-sports TV networks

Coy Wire
Then: NFL analyst
Now: CNN analyst, often focused on sports

Don Bell
Then: update anchor and fill-in host
Now: sports director at CBS 3 Philadelphia

Ryan Field
Then: update anchor and fill-in host
Now: sports anchor on New York’s WABC

Jobs at other sports TV networks

Randy Moss
Then: NFL analyst
Now: ESPN NFL analyst

Brian McBride
Then: soccer analyst
Now: ESPN FC analyst, co-founder and Chief Experience Officer at Tipevo, president of his soccer academy

Molly Qerim
Then: UFC reporter
Now: ESPN First Take host

Jay Onrait
Then: Fox Sports Live host
Now: TSN SportsCentre host

Dan O’Toole
Then: Fox Sports Live host
Now: TSN SportsCentre host

Ariel Helwani
Then: UFC insider
Now: Recently hired by ESPN as reporter, podcaster, ESPN+ show host after a long stint with SBNation

Katie Nolan
Then: Crowd Goes Wild social media correspondent
Now: ESPN podcaster and digital host

Molly McGrath
Then: college basketball and football sideline reporter
Now: ESPN college basketball and football sideline reporter

At digital media outlets

Pat Muldowney
Then: senior manager, social media, Jay and Dan Podcast figure
Now:
director, social content for The Ringer

Mike Botticello
Then:
digital content producer, Jay and Dan Podcast figure
Now:
producer at Complex

Still at Fox in some capacity

Ephraim Salaam
Then: NFL analyst, sitcom creator
Now: NFL analyst, weekend radio host, also produces movies like Traffik through Hidden Empire Film Group

Joel Klatt
Then: college football analyst
Now: college football game analyst

Petros Papadakis
Then: college football analyst
Now: college football analyst

Dave Wannstedt
Then: college football analyst
Now: college football analyst

Mike Pereira
Then: NFL, college football analyst, officiating guru
Now: NFL, college football analyst, officiating guru

Gus Johnson
Then: college football, college basketball play-by-play broadcaster
Now: college football, college basketball play-by-play broadcaster

Ronde Barber
Then: NFL analyst
Now: NFL game analyst

Eric Wynalda
Then: soccer analyst
Now: soccer analyst (hasn’t returned to air since failed bid for US Soccer presidency)

Rob Stone
Then: soccer, college football, college basketball studio host
Now: soccer, college football, college basketball studio host

Warren Barton
Then: soccer analyst
Now: soccer analyst