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This is a list of people who have announced that they will no longer be working at ESPN: Ed Werder, NFL Reporter Staying on the NFL Draft as my last assignment. My colleagues became best friends & I'll cherish that the most pic.twitter.com/YHZeutah TS — Britt Mc Henry (@Britt Mc Henry) April 27, 2017 Hoped to make ESPN viewers smarter, take them behind curtain of sports biz/law, for 6 years. Thanks to all of the fans and to my entire Sports Center AM crew.
pic.twitter.com/gx Ku Uh13ck — Jaymee Sire (@jaymee) April 26, 2017 After 14 wonderful years my time at espn is over. #To The Next Step pic.twitter.com/ZIBHFv FZe J — Brendan Fitzgerald (@Brendan Fitz TV) April 26, 2017 As THR notes, Hannah Storm, Ryen Russillo, and Karl Ravech will all see their roles “significantly reduced.” [UPDATE: Russillo says this story was false, and that he will be working more; Ravech’s was not either.] The story also says that longtime Sports Center anchor John Buccigross, whose deal was coming up, will also be out (and now they amend that to say they are unsure).