Is Erin Andrews Leaving ESPN?

Erin Andrews (Photo: Getty Images)

There are rumors that Erin Andrews’ time is up at ESPN. It must be contract negotiation time!

Andrews is the co-host of ESPN’s “College GameDay” and a contributor for ABC’s “Good Morning America.” She reportedly signed a two-year contract in 2010, which is set to expire on July 1. Her last assignment under her current deal was the ACC basketball tournament.

The speculation was ignited Monday by a Tweet from an ESPN “co-worker”, @ESPNSteve, claiming: “ESPN confirmed that the ACC Tournament is the last scheduled assignment for Erin Andrews. Her contract (and others) are coming up.” The message has since been deleted from Twitter.

ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys, however, says there is no truth to the tweet, according to USA Today.

“She’s still under contract and we hope to renew her,” Soltys says.

Andrews, 33, has been an ESPN sideline reporter since 2004.

She appeared on Season 10 of “Dancing with the Stars,” where she and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy finished third (fired “X Factor” judge Nicole Scherzinger won that season).

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