"It's ESPN, we could be fired tomorrow."
ESPN reportedly let longtime senior VP of production Lee Fitting go after 25 years with the network, overseeing College GameDay and the NFL.
"That position and that show has never been allowed to marinate and it’s sort of why you continue to see change."
The longtime ESPN analyst released a statement after his departure from ESPN was revealed weeks after a vicious cycle of layoffs.
"I hope they can figure to make their next inevitable layoffs more performance-based than what they have been."
Other candidates include J.J. Redick, Richard Jefferson and Chiney Ogwumike.
"There’s some mutual interest in Washington."
"They’ve got too many hours to fill for much of it to be good."
"Nothing but love for Key and Max."
"I know I’m gonna land somewhere. And when I’m there, I hope you’ll join me."
"I can't fathom the idea that ESPN in these layoffs...would fire Jeff Van Gundy."
"It's a special place to work, but it can be cruel."
"We've seen this day coming for a long time, as Disney tries to correct some of its errors with ESPN people that are largely interchangeable."
"I’m even gonna miss Max Kellerman. I know y’all thought I wouldn’t."
"Don’t ever, ever, ever in your life as a Black person take anything for granted."
Wojciechowski is the latest casualty of ESPN's recent layoffs
The eight-time NBA All-Star joined ESPN in September 2020 as an NBA and college studio and game analyst.
While ESPN goes through layoffs, they opted not to renew betting analyst Doug Kezerian's contract according to Front Office Sports.