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With phone calls and meetings beginning informing some ESPN employees that they have been laid off, word will slowly trickle out all day long about who they are. There will be plenty of names you have heard of, as ESPN reorients their daily lineup of shows, and their online video and stories to match.

As ESPNers announce their layoffs, or they are reported, we will keep a running list here.

NBA Insider Chad Ford

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College Football & Indy 500 Play-By-Play Announcer Allen Bestwick

NBA Reporter Marc Stein

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NBA Digital Deputy Director Henry Abbott

Investigations Unit Writer Shaun Assael

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College Football Analyst Mark May

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Soccer Writer Doug McIntyre

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Reporter Britt McHenry

ESPN 710 Host Jeff Biggs

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Outside the Lines Reporter Steve Delsohn

College Football Reporter David Lombardi

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College Basketball Reporter Andy Katz

Columnist Jim Caple

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College Football Analyst Charles Arbuckle

MLB Analysts Dallas Braden And Raul Ibanez

MLB Analyst Doug Glanville

ESPNU Producer Josh Parcell

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Soccer Writer David Hirshey

SportsCenter Anchor Darren Haynes

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NFL Contributor Jarrett Bell

SportsCenter Anchor Jade McCarthy

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Auto Racing and College Football Commentator Jerry Punch

Enterprise Reporter Tom Farrey

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Sports Gambling Writer Dave Tuley

Premier Boxing Champions Host Marysol Castro

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Correspondent Reese Waters

SEC Reporter Greg Ostendorf

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Golf Commentator Dottie Pepper

Legal Analyst Roger Cossack

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SportsCenter Anchor Jaymee Sire

SportsCenter Anchor Chris Hassel

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Predictive Analytics Expert Rufus Peabody

College Sports Reporter Chantel Jennings

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New Orleans Pelicans Reporter Justin Verrier

Radio Host Robin Lundberg

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NFL Analyst Ashley Fox

College Basketball Analyst Len Elmore

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Houston Rockets Reporter Calvin Watkins

ESPNW and ESPN Chicago Columnist Melissa Isaacson

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SportsCenter Anchor Jay Crawford

NBA Reporter Ethan Sherwood Strauss

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Pac 12 Reporter Ted Miller

NFL Analyst Trent Dilfer

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Big Ten Reporter Brian Bennett

MLB Writer Jayson Stark

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SEC Football Reporter David Ching

ESPNW Reporter Jane McManus

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Big 12 Reporter Max Olson

Dodgers Reporter Doug Padilla

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Columnist Johnette Howard

Radio Host Danny Kanell

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College Basketball Reporter C.L. Brown

SEC Recruiting Analyst Derek Tyson

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ESPN Dallas Columnist Jean-Jacques Taylor

College Basketball Writer Eamonn Brennan

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College Football Recruiting Reporter Jeremy Crabtree

College Football Reporter Brett McMurphy

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Baseball Reporter Mark Saxon

MLB Analyst Jim Bowden

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Big Ten Football Reporter Austin Ward

Wisconsin and Big Ten Football Reporter Jesse Temple

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Soccer Writer Mike Goodman

ESPNU Anchor Brendan Fitzgerald

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College Basketball Reporter Dana O’Neil

NHL Columnist Pierre LeBrun

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Hockey Writer Joe McDonald

NHL Columnist Scott Burnside

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NFL Reporter Ed Werder

Titans Reporter Paul Kuharsky

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Additionally, The Hollywood Reporter reports that Karl Ravech, Ryen Russillo, and Hannah Storm will see their roles “significantly reduced.” THR originally reported that ESPN would allow SportsCenter anchor John Buccigross’s contract to expire, but has since walked that back.

Twenty of the 100 or so layoffs are of Bristol-based employees.