The 44-year-old Fox sports broadcaster known for his even-keeled demeanor behind the microphone tied the knot this past weekend with former NFL cheerleader Michelle Beisner, TMZreports. Louis Cardinals announcer Jack Buck, and Beisner wed in a ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Among the attendees was Buck's partner in the booth for on the NFL Network.
Lewis is just the latest in a series of former ESPN personalities whom Fox Sports has signed over the past year, a list that includes Skip Bayless, Colin Cowherd, Jason Whitlock, Andy Petree, Chris Broussard, Charissa Thompson, Carter, and sideline reporter Erin Andrews.
FS1 execs were reportedly furious at Aikman Speaking of FS1, executives at the network were reportedly livid at former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman when he openly criticized the network for hiring Skip Bayless.
Lewis is expected to provide commentary and analysis to all of FS1’s shows during football season, including the network’s new morning show featuring former Eagles receiver Cris Carter and Nick Wright, which is scheduled to debut on Sept. The former linebacker joined ESPN in 2013, but his short tenure at the network was a mixed bag.