After working for over two decades on air, Mike Golic’s ESPN Radio run has come to an end. While Golic understands that nothing lasts forever, he recently admitted that he was unhappy about the way he found out his morning show was ending.

During an appearance on Sarah Spain’s “That’s What She Said” podcast, the former NFL defensive tackle revealed that he learned his show with Trey Wingo, “Golic and Wingo,” was ending through media reports.

“Unfortunately, the tough thing this time around is I basically heard it was ending through the media, which, to me, isn’t the best way to find something out,” he told Spain.

“I don’t think that’s the right way. But they didn’t ask me, so what I thought was the right way, it's business. At the end of the day, it’s business. I’ve always said this about football and it's true in anything, you've got to be careful at taking things too personally.”

This isn’t the first time Golic has been caught off guard about learning one of his shows were ending. Prior to his show with Wingo, Golic co-hosted the morning show “Mike & Mike” with Mike Greenberg.

The co-hosts had an awkward split when Greenberg left to start a new show. “Greeny wanted to go do something else, and that’s all been well-documented. I wish he’d have come to me and kind of was a little more upfront about it,” Golic told the host.

“But that’s obviously in the past. And, listen, everybody has a right to try and go do what they want. He wanted to do something else.”

On Wednesday, Greenberg shared a special tribute to his former co-host highlighting his successful career.

Although Golic’s ESPN Radio run has come to an end, he will still appear on ESPN as a college football analyst.