Rob Neyer Leaves ESPN For SB Nation, Is Apparently A Popular Fellow

Obviously, the news that Rob Neyer has joined the SB Nation family is a big deal for us here at SB Nation, but while this has been an exciting couple days for us, the guy having the best time right now has to be Rob Neyer, who gets to sit in his chair and soak in the extent of his popularity. As one example, from commenter Kevin Powers:

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That's Rob Neyer beating out Halle Berry Tuesday morning on the Google. That's one of those things that Rob can frame and put on the wall. After the jump, you'll find an assortment of links covering Rob's departure from ESPN and then his arrival at SB Nation both from outside the network, and from within.

Outside the network:

Dave Cameron, on Neyer leaving ESPN

Craig Calcaterra, on Neyer leaving ESPN

Will Leitch, on Neyer leaving ESPN

Dan Shanoff, on Neyer leaving ESPN

Tommy Craggs, on Neyer leaving ESPN

Craig Calcaterra, on Neyer joining SB Nation

Darren Rovell, on Neyer joining SB Nation

Within the network:

Tyler Bleszinski, on Neyer joining SB Nation

Ed Valentine, on Neyer joining SB Nation

Jeff Sullivan, on Neyer joining SB Nation

The Good Phight, on Neyer joining SB Nation

Justin Bopp, on Neyer joining SB Nation

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