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Ron Jaworski Unsure If He'll Be Part Of ESPN's NFL Coverage In '17 Amid Company Layoffs

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 22 / 17

ESPN's Ron Jaworski has been "included in some reports about ESPN’s recent round of layoffs, but Jaworski himself says he doesn’t know if he’s done at ESPN or not," according to Michael Smith of PRO FOOTBALL TALK. Appearing on the "The Doomsday Podcast" with co-hosts Matt...

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