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Phil Savage leaves Crimson Tide Radio Network

Phil Savage (FOX10 News) Phil Savage (FOX10 News)
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WALA) -

Phil Savage won't be calling Alabama football games anymore. 

The former executive director of the Senior Bowl is leaving his radio job to concentrate on his new position as general manager of a team in the Alliance of American Football. Savage was hired in June by the Phoenix-based franchise of the league set to start playing in February 2019. 

Savage worked as color analyst for the Crimson Tide Radio Network since 2009 when he replaced Ken Stabler. Savage spent six years with the Senior Bowl after taking the job in 2012. He left that position in May.

The network has not announced Savage's replacement. 

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