Foxworth, 33, said he's happy now. Anxious, too, but mainly happy to be working a job that doesn't feel like one. On Sunday, he will head to a friend's studio in Washington, where Foxworth lives with his wife and three young children. Clinton Yates, his colleague at The Undefeated, the ESPN website for which Foxworth writes about sports and society, will meet him there. Their time will approach, and together with Mina Kimes, a Los Angeles-based ESPN the Magazine senior writer, they will debut "The Morning Roast," a weekly three-hour ESPN Radio show that runs until noon and will be many things, but not, Foxworth said, "boring as hell."