New England Patriots logoNew England Patriots's Chris Forsberg Takes Job at ESPN Boston

Amanda BrunoCorrespondent ISeptember 27, 2009

With Peter Abraham almost aboard as the newest member of The Boston Globe, there is indeed another departure as predicted.

But no, it's not Adam Kilgore that I guessed on a couple of weeks ago. multimedia guru Chris Forsberg is saying goodbye on Wednesday and heading to work for ESPN Boston.

Forsberg, a graduate of Northeastern, interned at the Globe from 1999-2003 before joining the staff in 2006.

The Auburn native wrote on his Twitter page about his lasts at the Globe including his last Patriots game with them, last high school football game, and final Extra Points blog entry.

Forsberg's a Jack-of-all-trades as he's covered pretty much everything starting with high school sports. His hard work eventually led him towards the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins coverage.

A lot of his talents originated on the high school sports blog where he shot video highlights of games and got on camera interviews with players.

He later launched live blogs using Cover-It-Live software and took it to a whole other level with Boston sports coverage.

Congrats and the best of luck to him. The Globe is losing a very talented guy. But with Forsberg departing, now this leaves another question mark. Abraham is coming in, but as far as it's been reported he's only covering the Red Sox. Who's going to replace the multimedia part?

It's a never ending cycle.

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