Since his contract is in its last year, I doubt if he'll be back on air. He is a competent, although bland, announcer, often substituting for others. I doubt if I will miss him.
However, I will miss one aspect of his performance. Whenever he was thanked, he responded "You're welcome". Ever notice that almost every time a TV guest is thanked for appearing, the response is " Thank you", or something like "Sure"? As I wrote years and years ago, the equivalent in other languages is still in use but Americans have forgotten how to say "You're welcome".