What’s Molly Sullivan doing these days?
The former Sixers sideline reporter made the jump across the street to work for the Eagles after she was let go by NBC Sports Philadelphia last summer. With the Birds, she’s been reporting from training camp while hosting their in-stadium programming at Lincoln Financial Field (segments on the jumbotron during pregame, halftime, and stuff like that).
Now that role is being expanded while another new gig is starting up, per her:
Also, my role with the @Eagles expanded and I will be reporting on the team every day from practice.
Busiest month of my career, on deck. FUN.
— Molly Sullivan (@MollySullivanTV) September 3, 2019
Nice gig. Conference USA isn’t bad, though it did get rocked a bit when their best teams were plundered by bigger conferences that lost squads in realignment. Let’s just hope Molly doesn’t have to travel to the God-forsaken hellhole known as Huntington, home of the Marshall Thundering Turd.
Sullivan (and Jessica Camerato) were replaced by Serena Winters, who now does a combination of their sideline reporting and web writing roles for NBCSP. They essentially just rolled those two jobs into one.
Last July, Molly told Richard Deitsch on his podcast that she had asked for more responsibility and “never got it,” explaining that NBC wanted to “streamline” their product and go in a different direction.