He tweeted a heartbreaking video on Wednesday night after getting laid off.
Darren Haynes joined ESPN in 2014 after working at various stations in New York City and Boston.
On Wednesday, the SportsCenter anchor learned that he was part of the massive layoffs hitting the self-described Worldwide Leader.
A couple of hours after he learned he no longer had a job, Haynes tweeted out a heartbreaking video.
Haynes tweeted out a video of his young daughter watching his final SportsCenter.
"Well at least I made my daughter proud in what will go down as my final @SportsCenter at ESPN," he tweeted.
Haynes was one of the several employees to lose their jobs at ESPN on Wednesday.
You can view a full list of the cuts, which includes high-profile employees like Andy Katz, Ed Werder and Danny Kanell, here.