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Kenny Mayne to Leave ESPN After 27 Years

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Kenny Mayne is leaving ESPN after 27 years.

The former “SportsCenter” host and longtime on-air personality described his departure as a “salary cap casualty.

Thanks for the opportunity Vince Doria & Al Jaffe & for taking my solicitations,” Mayne wrote on Twitter Monday.

Mayne first joined ESPN in 1994 and was one of the main “SportsCenter” anchors, before moving on to doing more esoteric and offbeat features.

ESPN has been in cost-cutting mode on the editorial side since late last year.

Mayne’s departure follows that of another longtime anchor, Trey Wingo, who departed last year.

Thanks for the opportunity Vince Doria & Al Jaffe & for taking my solicitationsHerman/Stinton/Lynch.

I will miss the people.


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