Giana Han is leaving the Philadelphia Inquirer to take a job in Baltimore, sources tell Crossing Broad.

Han spent the last two seasons reporting on the Philadelphia Flyers alongside Olivia Reiner, who recently switched to the Philadelphia Eagles beat.

Han joined in the summer of 2021 as part of the Inquirer’s post-employee revolt hiring spree. She had the unfortunate task of covering two of the worst Flyers seasons in franchise history, lowlighted, perhaps, by the firing of head coach Alain Vigneault and GM Chuck Fletcher, and reorganization in Comcast ownership. In came the not-exactly-media-friendly John Tortorella, Danny Briere, and Keith Jones while the team slumped to consecutive losing seasons and missed the playoffs both times. I’m sure it was a wonderful reporting experience.

A 2019 Penn State graduate, Han did two years of Auburn sports for prior to joining the Inquirer. Her arrival overlapped with Sam Carchidi’s departure, then Sam took the buyout and moved over to We’re told the Inquirer is looking at replacements for the Flyers beat, but no formal decision has been made.