It’s been another busy week in sports media. We’re here to recap the biggest news and events that took place and share some of our best work from the week that was. Without further adieu:

Danny Kanell to join FS1 as college football analyst and host radio show on SiriusXM – August 28

After being one of the highest profile cuts from ESPN in April, Danny Kanell has landed a new gig with FS1 and Sirius XM. He’ll cover college football, and his first assignment will be Liberty-Baylor on FS2 today.

Les Miles hired at Fox Sports, will still contribute to ESPN’s opening-week coverage – August 29

After less than a month of saying he was not interested in appearing on television, Les Miles will call select games for Fox starting in mid-September. He’ll still contribute to ESPN’s opening week coverage.

Ryen Russillo will reportedly return to ESPN on Sept. 5, two weeks after arrest – August 28

More than a week ago, Ryen Russillo was arrested and charged with criminal trespass in Wyoming. He’ll return to ESPN airwaves on Tuesday, two weeks after the arrest.

Ex-ESPN football analyst Ed Cunningham quit because he was uncomfortable promoting a dangerous sport – August 30

Ex-ESPN college football analyst Ed Cunningham quit his job because he felt uncomfortable promoting a dangerous sport.

Fox Sports pres Eric Shanks on why they don’t have a Katie Nolan show: “I’m wondering that question too” – August 30

If you don’t know what’s going on with Katie Nolan at Fox, don’t worry. Fox doesn’t know either.

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