But WWE did not confirm that, the Web site noted.
In another development, the anchor's lawyer said in court papers that Lane would sue Philadelphia's KYW-TV over her Jan. 7 dismissal.
The job reportedly paid $700,000 a year.
Lane's arrest last month capped a string of public embarrassments for the newswoman, who shed tears on-air with "Dr. Phil" McGraw over her divorce and sent photos of herself in a bikini to NFL Network anchor Rich Eisen.
Eisen's wife intercepted the pictures and reported Lane to gossip columnists.
Lane faces an April 3 hearing in the assault on a female police officer in Manhattan, a charge she denies.
Cops said she yelled, "I am a reporter, you ... dyke."Lane's lawyer Paul Rosen did not immediately return a phone message yesterday.
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