The latest on-air talent to be impacted by the ESPN layoffs is Britt McHenry.
McHenry has been with the Worldwide Leader for three years, joiningin March 2014. McHenry has served as a correspondent for a number of flagship shows on ESPN, including SportsCenter, Outside the Lines, NFL Live and Baseball Tonight.
The 30-year-old reporter announced the news on social media.
McHenry will remain with the network throughout the 2017 NFL Draft before looking for a new home.
Staying on the NFL Draft as my last assignment. Grateful for 3 years at ESPN. My colleagues became best friends & I'll cherish that the most pic.twitter.com/YHZeutahTS
— Britt McHenry (@BrittMcHenry) April 27, 2017
McHenry is just the latest to be laid off by the network with a total of 100 cuts expected to come.
Others who have been informed they are no longer with the network are prominent names like Jayson Stark, Jay Crawford, Brett McMurphy, Ed Werder, Trent Dilfer and many more.
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Photo Credit: Twitter/@BrittMcHenry