Ron Jaworski removed from ‘Monday Night Football’

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    Ron Jaworski is out at "Monday Night Football."

    ESPN announced Wednesday that the analyst would be removed from the network's signature broadcast beginning in August. Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden will operate as a two-man booth.

    Jaworski will remain at the network and appear on various programs, including "Countdown" and "Matchup."

    The longtime ESPN analyst had been in the MNF booth since 2007, replacing Joe Theismann after one season. He was supposed to add a respected football voice to a broadcast that included Tony Kornheiser. He dutifully played that role for two years until Jon Gruden was brought in as Kornheiser's replacement. It was all downhill from there......................

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