A new lineup comes to “710 ESPN” KIRO Seattle on Sept. 30, following the end of the “Brock and Salk” morning show, which airs its last show Friday (Sept. 27) before moving to an on-demand offering.

Assuming mornings are “Danny and Gallant,” comprised of Danny O’Neil, who was part of the “Danny, Dave & Moore” afternoon show, and Paul Gallant, who is inbound from Houston where he was most recently part of the “Mad Radio” morning show on Entercom “Sports Radio 610” KILT.

“Born in the northeast and raised in Florida, Paul is opinionated, fun, creative and polished,” PD Mike Salk said on the “Brock and Salk” show Thursday (Sept. 26). “He’s looking forward to making Seattle home.” Brock Hard will appear on the new morning show three times a week, which will also have regular visits from Seahawks wide receiver Michael Bumpus. Jessamyn McIntyre serves as morning show producer.

Meanwhile, Bob Stelton moves from “Bob, Groz and Tom” (noon-3pm) to afternoons, joining Dave Wyman and Jim Moore on the re-christened “Bob, Dave and Moore” show. As earlier reported by Inside Radio, David “Groz” Grosby stepped down earlier in September due to health issues. The lone carryover, Tommy Wassell remains in the 12-3 daypart with “710 ESPN” hosts Jake Heaps and Stacy Rost joining the program, which is now known as “Tom, Jake & Stacy.” John Clayton remains on from 10am-12pm.