The Gators terminated the veteran mentor before the finish of the 2021 season. View the first article to see implanted media. Previous Florida mentor Dan Mullen is thinking about a proposal to join ESPN as a studio expert, as per Brett McMurphy of the Action Network.Mullen, 50, has made visitor appearances for the organization previously, including last year after he was terminated by the Gators in November before the 2021 season reached a conclusion. He is supposed to acknowledge the most recent proposal from ESPN, per McMurphy.Following a nine-year spell at Mississippi State, Mullen assumed control over the Florida work in '18. He was terminated last season following an extra time misfortune to Missouri, which dropped the Gators to 5-6 on the year.Mullen finished his time at Florida with a 34-15 record. He was supplanted by previous Louisiana mentor Billy Napier, who was employed last December.Earlier this spring, Mullen consented to turn into a "contributing asset" for the football crew and athletic division at Lake Oconee Academy, a secondary school in Georgia.More CFB Coverage:Four-Star QB Brock Glenn Commits to Ohio State FootballReport: DWI, Weapons Charges Dropped Against Texas A&M's Ainias SmithNew Alabama Commit Young Trying to Flip Notre Dame's Keeley Daily Cover: Will Jacob deGrom Get the Last Laugh?