ESPN personality, Ryen Russillo has signed a new agreement with ESPN that will allow him to expand his current role with the network.
- Ryen Russillo has signed an agreement to remain with ESPN and expand his current role.
- Russillo will continue to make appearances on SportsCenter, The Jump and Get Up! along with continuing his weekly podcast, The Russillo Show.
- Russillo will also periodically contribute to The Ringer.
What Ryen Russillo is saying:
- “I’m really happy about how this has all worked out. Without Connor Schell [Executive Vice President, Content] and Rob Savinelli [Vice President, Talent] I’m not sure this would even be possible, to continue my employment at ESPN.”
- “I’ve enjoyed LA, the [ESPN] podcast has been great and I look forward to coming back East occasionally to visit Will Cain.”
- “This schedule also allows me to continue working on my screenplays and 3-5 pointless lunches a week.”
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