Ed Werder’s week went from disappointing to uncomfortable after the company that laid him off asked him to do work for them the following day.
Adrian Wojnarowski’s move to ESPN is reportedly happening within the next month and a half.
ESPN’s latest round of layoffs has not spared even some of their best talent.
ESPN has decided to lay off dozens of well-known and many lesser-known employees as part of a wide-sweeping overhaul, and Britt McHenry was informed on Thursday that she has not survived the cuts.
Wednesday was an absolute blood bath at ESPN headquarters, as dozens of well-known and lesser-known employees lost their jobs.
ESPN has begun the process of laying off dozens of on-air personalities, reporters, writers and behind-the-scenes staff members, and one of the biggest names among the cuts is Ed Werder.
Phil Simms is staying with CBS in a new role.
Tony Romo may be taking the place of Phil Simms on CBS’s top NFL broadcasting team, but that does not necessarily mean Simms is leaving the network.