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ESPN Announces It's Signed Will Cain To A Multi-Year Extension

The Worldwide Leader had agreed to a contract extension with Will Cain.

ESPN announced today that it's signed Will Cain to a multi-year extension.

The network, which last month laid off roughly 100 on-air personalities, has locked up Cain for a couple of more years.

Cain, who previously worked for CNN, is seen mostly on First Take and ESPN Radio.

From ESPN:

ESPN has signed Will Cain to continue serving as a commentator on both television – including First Take, Outside the Lines and E:60 – and ESPN Radio. He also has written for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com.

“Will Cain brings to our platforms a different and provocative point of view on a variety of topics…he’s smart and always prepared for any debate situation,” said David Roberts, vice president, production. “Simply put , Cain consistently enhances the quality of discussions within all of our programs. Without question, Will Cain makes us an even stronger network.”

You can read ESPN's full release here.