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Mike Salk part of 710 ESPN Seattle's revamped lineup

By Brady Henderson

710 ESPN Seattle will debut a new and expanded weekday lineup on Monday, July 14.

The changes include a new morning show and two additional hours of local programming as Mike Salk will reunite with Brock Huard on "Brock and Salk", which will return to 710 ESPN Seattle in a new timeslot, 7-10 a.m. Michael Grey will host "The Michael Grey Show" from 10-noon followed by "Bob and Groz" with Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby, which will still air from noon-3. Danny O'Neil will host "Danny, Dave and Moore" from 3-7 along with Dave Wyman and Jim Moore. "Nightwatch" with Tom Wassell will remain in the 7-9 timeslot.

ESPN Radio's "Mike and Mike" will air from 3-7 a.m. before giving way to "Brock and Salk".

Salk and Huard teamed up on "Brock and Salk" from the station's inception in 2009 until 2012. Salk returned to 710 ESPN Seattle in March as the station's program director, a role in which he will continue to serve.

"These changes make an already strong lineup even stronger and this is just the beginning," Salk said. "I'm thrilled with where the station is going and couldn't be more excited to get behind the mic."

Grey has co-hosted the afternoon show along with Wyman and Moore for the last year. He will continue to write weekly columns for 710Sports.com.

O'Neil reunites with Wyman and Moore, with whom he hosted the afternoon show before moving to mornings. He will continue to cover the Seahawks and write about other subjects for 710Sports.com.

In addition to 710 ESPN Seattle's revamped lineup, 710Sports.com will also debut a new design that will feature a cleaner look and improved functionality for mobile users.

"After five years, we have established ourselves as the preeminent sports network in Seattle," said Dave Pridemore, 710 ESPN Seattle's general manager and vice president. "These moves will strengthen our product on all platforms."

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Brady Henderson is the editor in chief of 710Sports.com and also assists in the website's Seahawks coverage. Brady joined 710Sports.com in 2010 after covering high school sports for The Seattle Times. A Seattle native, he attended O'Dea High School and has a degree in journalism from Western Washington University. Follow Brady: @BradyHenderson

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