ESPN’s Berman Signs Extension, Mayne Out

Chris Berman, who joined ESPN a month after it launched in 1979, has signed a new multiyear deal with the sports TV giant. The deal, announced on Berman’s 66th birthday Monday, includes a new gig hosting NFL PrimeTime on ESPN Plus, a weekly highlights show. Meanwhile the final whistle was blown on another ESPN veteran. SportsCenter anchor Kenny Mayne tweeted that he is leaving ESPN, calling himself a “salary cap casualty.”

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