Why Is Mike Greenberg Not On Get Up? ESPN Host's Absent Hasn't Gone Unnoticed By Fans

Mike Greenberg is a television anchor and radio show host for ESPN ( Source : Nj )

Mike Greenberg is currently on leave. He is not on Get Up because he is enjoying vacation with his family. 

His absence from the show has led to many speculations and rumors. Some even thought that he may have left ESPN. 

Why Is Mike Greenberg Not On Get Up?

Mike Greenberg was on vacation with his family. He has not appeared on Get Up since August 1, which made some fans wonder where he went. 

He had remained inactive from his social media handle as well. He had not posted any pictures or tweets, which became a matter of concern for netizens. 

They had been asking him where he was on the comments section of his old pictures on IG. He had not responded to any comments, but it seems he is back now. 

His wife, Stacy, had been posting pictures from their vacation and adventures since last week. The pair seem to be enjoying their family time. 

Earlier this year, the television anchor had taken a break from work because he tested positive for Covid. Besides that, he is rarely absent from the show.  

Where Has Mike Greenberg Been?

Mike Greenberg has been inactive on his IG handle for the last two weeks. He was also not seen in Get Up, which made people wonder where he had been. 

It seems he was on vacation with his wife. His spouse had shared several images of them enjoying their adventures. 

Mike Greenberg wife Stacy wishes him happy birthday ( Source : Instagram )

But Mike had disappeared from the show, so some fans were concerned for him. Besides that, it also resulted in some audience asking why he was not on the radio show with his name. 

In August 2020, he hosted Greeny on ESPN Radio. But now, he rarely appears for the show, which has confused many people. There were rumors that he did not want to do the radio again, but the anchor has not commented on the matter yet. 

Is Mike Greenberg Leaving?

Mike Greenberg is not leaving ESPN. He has been with the network since 1996.

He has hosted the morning program Get Up on ESPN since its debut in 2018. He also hosted Mike & Mike for several years.

Before joining ESPN, he held positions as a reporter for SportsChannel Chicago and a sports anchor/reporter for the local cable news network CLTV in Chicago.

He also worked as a talk show host and reporter for Chicago's WSCR-Radio, covering events like the World Series and Super Bowl.


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