Former Bucs GM Mark Dominik joins ESPN as analyst

By Josh Katzowitz | NFL Writer

Mark Dominik, left, has a new job. (USATSI)
Mark Dominik, left, has a new job. (USATSI)

If you fail as the general manager of an NFL team and then get fired as a result, there's a pretty decent chance you're going to end up on TV as an analyst. Thus, we bring you this news:

Former Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik has joined ESPN to be an NFL front office insider on the network's NFL Insiders show. ESPN said he's expected to make his debut March 27, and he'll contribute to a number of other shows on the ESPN platform.

“Mark has almost two decades of experience moving up the ranks in an NFL organization, so he's well-versed in scouting, free agency, player development and so many of the issues we delve into each day on NFL Insiders,” Seth Markman, senior coordinating producer for ESPN's NFL studio shows, said in a statement. “He adds another credible voice to our team and will make us even better."

Said Dominik: “I am excited to join ESPN and look forward to sharing my perspective on the kinds of issues and decisions general managers face daily within their organizations.”

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