First Mike Tirico.
And now the other shoe, or shoes, are about to fall.
Trent Dilfer reportedly will be waived, too.
Lewis and Carter, who appeared on the network's "NFL Sunday Countdown" are no strangers to controversial statements.
Lewis incurred the anger of some at ESPN when he failed to tell his bosses he gave a pep talk to the Buffalo Bills the day before he covered a 2015 game, according to The Washington Post.
Lewis was conspicuously absent from NFL Draft coverage last month.
Carter signed an extension in 2014, but his days might have been numbered after a video emerged during the rookie symposium that had him telling players they needed to have a "fall guy" for when they got into trouble.
ESPN confirmed Monday that Sean McDonough will take Tirico's place in the "Monday Night Football" booth and will join Jon Gruden for the 2016 season.
Moss, a former All-Pro, most recently was a studio analyst with Fox Sports, where he has received praise for his insightful comments.
ESPN already announced that longtime fixture Mike Ditka will no longer be part of the "Countdown" team and will fill an "emeritus role."