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Jake Heaps: Excited to be new co-host on 710 ESPN Seattle

Former NCAA and NFL QB Jake Heaps will be a regular contributor on 710 ESPN Seattle. (AP)

I am excited to be part of 710 ESPN in a more expanded role that will keep me involved all year long.

I will be co-hosting Seattle Sports at Night every Monday through Thursday from 7PM to 9PM with Curtis Rogers and Stacy Rost.

Born and raised in the Seattle area, this opportunity means a great deal to me. Safe to say I am ecstatic to talk in-depth about the teams I have been a passionate fan of my entire life. I have always (possibly by bias) believed Seattle sports fans are the best. Through my experience playing high school football for the Skyline Spartans, becoming a Seahawk, and now being a media member in this city, that opinion has only strengthened. I have loved interacting and connecting with the listeners. I cannot wait to continue to do so.

Curtis Rogers, Stacy Rost and I are looking forward to bringing a show to you that will provide great insight, interviews, and a whole lot of fun. Each one of us bring different areas of expertise and unique perspectives that we are anxious to share with you. All three of us were born and raised in the Greater Seattle Area and have a tremendous pride and passion for this sports community.

I am grateful and excited for this adventure. Let’s build something special together. Tonight’s first show will be later than normal — we’ll broadcast at 9:30PM after WSU vs. Colorado. Be sure to tune-in tonight, and Monday-Thursday at 7PM!

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