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Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre reportedly have new deals to remain at ESPN

When ESPN revamped, reshuffled, and then eventually canceled High Noon, it seemed like the writing was on the wall for Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre. Their contracts were set to be up, and from the outside, a path to new deals seemed unlikely. After all, if ESPN wanted them to stay, canceling a well-regarded show isn’t typically the best way to show that. And Jones and Torre are both gifted across multiple formats and would certainly be in demand; why would they want to stay somewhere that just canceled them? Of course, that was a February perspective. Things feel a lot different now in sports and sports media, which makes today’s news that Jones and Torre will remain with ESPN a bit more understandable. The news was reported by Andrew Marchand in the New York Post, and according to Marchand, their exact roles going forward are still up in the air.

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