Kenny Mayne Has Been Cut By ESPN

It seems to be contract renewal season over at ESPN, and for some it’s a bit more bitter than others. Kenny Mayne has been “shown the door” and will no longer be working at ESPN. This comes after an impressive 27 years with the company, but times are changing and ESPN’s struggles have been well documented.

Mayne refers to himself as a salary cap casualty, likely referring to the company’s struggles combined with his tenure and salary expectations. Is he worth whatever he was asking for? Time will tell as ESPN continues to shed salary in peculiar ways, as they tell some of their most popular talent to go kick rocks.

While Kenny Mayne never really had his own thing at ESPN, he was a valuable contributor to a lot of good content. He was never really siloed or specialized, instead he was versatile and seemed to enhance anything he worked on.

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