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Updated List Of ESPN's Employees To Get Laid Off This Week

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More ESPN employees announced they were out at the company this week.

The majority of ESPN's layoffs were revealed last week. Prominent on-air talents like Ed Werder, Danny Kanell, Dana O'Neil and others announced they were out at the Worldwide Leader.

We learned about more layoffs this week.

Here's who has announced they're done at ESPN this week.

Business reporter Andrew Brandt

NFL insider Adam Caplan

NFL personalities Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge

NFL insiders Joe Banner and Mark Dominik

Ed Werder talked about those four being out on his new Doomsday podcast.

It’s not the quality of your work that’s a factor. Well, it causes me to wonder, what is ESPN about? Because I thought it was about news and information and highlights, and I’m not sure that is the point of emphasis anymore. How is ESPN going to cover the NFL without all of the people who lost their jobs. What happens without Merril Hoge and Ron Jaworksi to NFL Matchup? What happens to NFL Insiders without a number of analysts, former general managers like Joe Banner and Mark Dominik. Are we really about to see a time when ESPN can no longer afford to cover its most valuable property in the way that it has?

Our thoughts remain with everyone affected in Bristol and elsewhere.