ESPN laid off 100 employees on Wednesday as part of a company-wide restructuring.

The struggling cable sports network first announced the layoffs last month.

“We have long been about serving fans and innovating to create the best content for them. Today’s fans consume content in many different ways and we are in a continuous process of adapting to change and improving what we do,” ESPN said in a March statement. “Inevitably, that has consequences for how we utilize our talent. We are confident that ESPN will continue to have a roster of talent that is unequaled in sports.”

Among those who were let go include anchor Jay Crawford, radio host Danny Kanell, NFL reporter Ed Werder, and baseball reporter Jayson Stark.

Below is a list of former ESPN employees who have confirmed their departures via social media (this list will continue to be updated).


“SportsCenter” anchor Jay Crawford
ESPNU anchor Brendan Fitzgerald
“SportsCenter” anchor Chris Hassel
“SportsCenter” anchor Darren Haynes
Columnist Johnette Howard
Columnist Melissa Isaacson
Radio host Danny Kanell
Reporter Andy Katz
Radio host Robin Lundberg
“Sports Center” anchor Jade McCarthy
Reporter Britt McHenry
Columnist Jane McManus
“SportsCenter” anchor Jaymee Sire
Correspondent Reese Waters


MLB analyst Jim Bowden
MLB analyst Dallas Braden
MLB analyst Raul Ibanez
Dodgers peporter Doug Padilla
MLB writer Jayson Stark
Baseball reporter Mark Saxon
MLB analyst Doug Glanville


New Orleans Pelicans reporter Justin Verrier
Houston Rockets’ reporter Calvin Watkins
NBA reporter Ethan Sherwood Strauss


NFL analyst Trent Dilfer
NFL analyst Ashley Fox
NFL reporter Ed Werder


NHL columnist Scott Burnside
NHL columnist Pierre LeBrun
Hockey writer Joe McDonald

College sports

Big Ten reporter Brian Bennett
College basketball writer Eamonn Brennan
College basketball reporter C.L. Brown
SEC football reporter David Ching
College football recruiting reporter Jeremy Crabtree
College basketball analyst Len Elmore
College sports reporter Chantel Jennings
College football reporter Brett McMurphy
Pac 12 reporter Ted Miller
Big 12 reporter Max Olson
College basketball reporter Dana O’Neil
SEC Reporter Greg Ostendorf
Predictive analytics expert Rufus Peabody
Big Ten football reporter Jesse Temple
SEC recruiting analyst Derek Tyson
Big Ten football reporter Austin Ward


Boxing host Marysol Castro
Legal analyst Roger Cossack
Enterprise reporter Tom Farrey
Soccer writer Mike Goodman
Golf commentator Dottie Pepper
Auto racing commentator Dr. Jerry Lee Punch
Sports gambling writer Dave Tuley
ESPN Dallas columnist Jean-Jacques Taylor