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ESPN could look much different by the next time you turn on the network or look for an article from your favorite writer.

Due to changes in the sports media industry and cord cutting among cable subscribers, reports have surfaced in recent months surrounding an eventual scale back in Bristol, Conn.

The latest? Those cut backs could happen today, with even more jobs lost than originally thought.

Both John Ourand of Sports Business Journal and Richard Dietsch of Sports Illustrated weighed in on the number of jobs that could be lost, which is now in the triple digits.

ESPN Tennessee Titans writer Paul Kuharsky tweeted that his contract won’t be renewed past July, making him one of the cuts.

Long-time NFL reporter Ed Werder announced that he’s been let go by the network after decades of work.

The list of the unemployed continues to grow:

According to Awful Announcing, ESPN president John Skipper issued a statement on Tuesday foreshadowing the moves.

Phil Simms staying at CBS
In recent years, big names such as Colin Cowherd, Skip Bayless and Mike Tirico have left ESPN–with money likely serving as a major reason why.

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