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Melissa Stark and Andrew Siciliano among NFL Network’s recent layoffs

The NFL has made significant changes to the rules of kickoff for the 2024 season, as part of ongoing efforts to enhance player safety and improve the game. These changes are being discussed by USA Today’s Safid Deen in a new article.

Meanwhile, the NFL’s internal media arm has undergone some cuts, with four prominent on-air personalities not returning for the upcoming season. Andrew Siciliano, who hosted “RedZone” on DirecTV since 2005, will no longer be part of the NFL Network’s lineup due to production changes. Will Selva, who provided news updates for “Good Morning Football,” is also leaving the network as it moves production to Los Angeles with an uncertain future.

Melissa Stark will continue in her role as a contributor and sideline reporter for “Sunday Night Football,” while James Palmer has revealed that his contract was bought out by the network. The NFL Media, which is owned and controlled by the league, is currently looking for a buyer to take over operations, with ESPN mentioned as a potential match for an equity swap. Over the past year, the NFL Network has undergone layoffs and offered buyouts to employees as part of restructuring efforts.

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