ESPN Reportedly Parting Ways With Trey Wingo

Trey Wingo has been with ESPN since 1997, serving in a variety of on-camera and radio roles for the company.

That run appears to be coming to an end, according to Andrew Marchand at the New York Post:

Without a significant role to fill and with ESPN watching costs, Trey Wingo is being let go by the network, The Post has learned.

Wingo, 56, has been with ESPN for more than two decades. His highest-profile TV job was hosting the NFL Draft. He was recently taken off ESPN Radio’s morning program, “Golic & Wingo.”

Wingo started the radio removal process on his own by telling network executives he no longer wanted to rise early for the program. This was prior to the pandemic, when ESPN may have had more opportunities for someone like Wingo.

Seems like a strange move. Maybe the relationship just ran its course.  Wingo was always pretty good, in my mind. Consistent and steady for more than two decades, a flexible guy who could do a lot of different things. He wasn’t somebody who lit the room on fire necessarily, but did a good job with NFL Primetime and other shows.

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