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BREAKING: Ryen Russillo Announces He’s Leaving ESPN After 14 Years

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Longtime ESPN radio host Ryen Russillo is putting his job there in the rear-view mirror after he announced he was leaving the company after 14 years.

Russillo will begin exclusively at The Ringer in September after his contract with ESPN runs out on August 31st.

Ringer CEO Bill Simmons confirmed the news.

At the Ringer, Russillo will continue to produce his “Dual Threat” podcast, while also appearing on Simmons’ “BS Pod” and other Ringer podcasts and productions.

The 44-year-old Russillo would soon take to Twitter to confirm the news as well.

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