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Ron Jaworski booted from ESPN's 'Monday Night Football' booth

February 15, 2012 |  2:20 pm

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Ron Jaworski, the former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, is being pulled from ESPN's "Monday Night Football" booth as he moves into several other roles at the sports network.

The "Monday Night Football" football team will now consist of just two commentators -- Mike Tirico and analyst Jon Gruden.

Jaworkski, who is usually referred to as "Jaws," has been in the "MNF" booth as an analyst for the last five seasons. He has signed a five-year extension for a new NFL analyst role that will include appearances on "Sunday NFL Countdown, "NFL Matchup," NFL-branded specials, "Mike & Mike in the Morning," "Pardon the Interruption" and other shows.

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-- Greg Braxton 

Photo: Ron Jaworski, center, with Mike Tirico, left, and Chris Mortensen at the Jaws Cigar party at Nicky Blaines Cocktail Lounge in Indianapolis. Credit: Stephen Cohen / Getty Images

 

 

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