Marc Weinreich
Wednesday April 2nd, 2014

Michael Strahan said he can't commit to GMA full-time because of his other ABC gig and his work with Fox News. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) Michael Strahan said he can't commit to GMA full-time because of his other ABC gig and his work with Fox News. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan, currently one half of the ABC morning show "Live With Kelly and Michael," will reportedly start a new gig as a part-time co-host of the network's "Good Morning America."

According to an Associated Press report on Wednesday, Strahan will work semi-regularly during the show's first hour and will still keep his current job co-hosting "Live With Kelly and Michael" with Kelly Ripa, who had previously hosted the show with longtime TV personality Regis Philbin.

Talks to bring Strahan to GMA had reportedly begun prior to Josh Elliot's decision to leave the show. It's still not clear when a formal announcement will come, but the 42-year-old Super Bowl champ, who also works as an NFL analyst for Fox Sports, is expected to join a GMA cast that already includes George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, Amy Robach, Lara Spencer and weather forecaster Ginger Zee. SANCHEZ: Patriots hosting Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel on pre-draft visits

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