ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.

ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.
ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.

ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.

ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.

After 26 years with the network, ESPN journalist Ed Werder, who covered the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL in

particular, is leaving. Werder made it clear when he announced his resignation that he

intended to carry on working for another organization. He is just one of several well-known figures

who have left ESPN over the last few years due to operational streamlining at the Disney-owned sports network.

In a message uploaded to Twitter/X, Werder said, “I’ve had the privilege of reporting

on the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys while holding an NFL microphone for 26 years.” But that window

of opportunity is closing. I’ll start looking into other options as soon as possible to keep up my NFL coverage.

ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.
ESPN’s Dallas Cowboys & NFL Reporter Ed Werder Ends 26-Year Run At Network, Vows To Stay On The Beat Elsewhere.

“My incredible colleagues and the players, coaches and other NFL team members who trusted me with their unique

insight when covering their games or breaking news,” the correspondent continued to

express his gratitude. I’ve made some amazing, enduring memories.

Werder has covered the storied Cowboys franchise for nearly 40 years, including a lengthy stint as a print journalist

in Dallas. He has covered 20 straight Super Bowls. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

after receiving an award from the Professional Football Writers of America in 2017.

This is Werder’s second departure from ESPN. After being let go in 2017, he came back to work

for the corporation two years later.

He closed his statement by saying, “Ed Werder has more, as so many studio hosts have declared, and I still fervently

believe. While this marks the end of my partnership with ESPN, I expect to continue working.”

ESPN referred to Werder as a “mainstay” of their NFL coverage in a statement. The statement went on, “His

connections and journalistic instincts have benefited fans over the years.” “We appreciate Ed’s

contributions and wish him continued success in the future.”

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