His focus now is on writing Philly.com's Sports Tonight columns.
Senior Andrew Kirkland is expected to start in his place.He also frequently fills in on the acnhor desk."After more than 5 years, I'll be leaving NBC 10 on April 21st" Adam said on his Facebook page."It was an absolute privilege to work at a legacy station like WJAR, alongside a group of incredibly talented broadcast professionals, and to have the opportunity to cover both news and sports in a place where I grew up - Southern New England."Adam joined WJAR in 2011 as a sports anchor and reporter, and made the move to news to launch the stations new "Bay State Bureau" in New Bedford in 2014.Prior to joining WJAR, Adam spent three years as sports director at WNCF ABC/CW 32 in Montgomery, Alabama.During his time down South, he also hosted weekly a college football show, and covered two BCS National Championships.