Originally posted on Rumors and Rants  |  Last updated 6/29/12

Everyone’s favorite female sportscaster will no longer be roaming the sidelines for ESPN. Yes, Erin Andrews – also known as “Erin Pageviews,” and “The Sideline Princess” – will be leaving the four-letter network after becoming a gigantic star there since starting in 2004.

The network released a statement saying Andrews, “Did great work for us and we made and aggressive offer to keep her. We wish her the best on her next chapter.”

Reports had been swirling that Andrews was on her way out at ESPN, and she was also working for the network without a contract for a while, but apparently she has decided to move on.

Some will say that ESPN made Andrews a star, but her looks, personality and talent really did that. The best part about Andrews has always been the fact that she hasn’t taken herself too seriously and has been willing to have fun with her fans.

Andrews is great at her job and will have no problem finding employment. Reports suggest Fox Sports has stepped up its recruitment of her and she could land there shortly.

Here’s some pictures of Ms. Andrews to tide you over until she resurfaces.

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