ESPN’s John Clayton is the latest among ESPN’s massive budget cuts as a result of a rapid decline in subscribers due to cord cutters, per Sporting News.

Clayton joined ESPN in 1995, serving as an NFL reporter for more than 20 years. He was a regular contributor to ESPN’s NFL coverage across digital and radio.

Clayton will be remembered for spot-on coverage and his epic commercial spot that will certainly live past his tenure with the company:

After more than 20 days since the last layoff, cuts at ESPN were thought to be over.

After more than 20 years, another tenured ESPN reporter is out of a job Robin Marchant/Getty Images for ESPN
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