Mina Kimes Signs New Contract With ESPN Worth Over 1.7 Million Per Year

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NFL Analyst Mina Kimes has decided to remain with ESPN with a new massive deal, per New York Post’s Andrew Marchand.

According to the report, Kimes and ESPN have sealed a lucrative contract that will see her annual earnings push to nearly the $2 million a year mark.

Mina Kimes new contract will pay her slightly over $1.7 million as part of her new deal with the sports media giant.

Additionally, Kimes also reached a separate agreement with Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions for her podcast.

Fans of Mina Kimes can rest assured that her role with ESPN will remain largely unchanged. She will continue to be a prominent figure on “NFL Live” and will make regular appearances across various ESPN programs.

This news comes in the wake of ESPN’s recent staff layoffs, which saw the departure of approximately 20 well-known employees.

Mina Kimes’ decision to recommit to ESPN not only solidifies her position as a leading NFL analyst but also underscores her continued importance to the network’s sports coverage.