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Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin reportedly won’t be renewed at NFL Network amid more expected changes due to budget cuts, the New York Post reports.

Irvin, 58, who also contributes to FS1‘s weekly morning debate show Undisputed, initially joined NFL Network as an analyst in 2009 and was featured on the Sunday pregame show GameDay Morning. The three-time Super Bowl champion was pulled from the network’s Super Bowl week coverage in February 2023 after a Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel employee accused the former Cowboys star of harassment, but made his official return last September after reaching a settlement in his $100 million defamation lawsuit against Marriott Hotels.

In April 2023, David Moore of the Dallas Morning News had reported that Irvin remained suspended and wouldn’t be part of the NFL Network‘s 2023 NFL Draft coverage. The 57-year-old later filed a $100 million lawsuit against a woman who he claims made false accusations about his conduct that could have potentially ruined his career, TMZ Sports reported at the time, but his ongoing absence could possibly suggest that NFL media believes there is some merit to the claims against him.

Irvin’s lawsuit, which was obtained by the website after being filed on February 9, claimed that Irvin was a victim of a potential “cancel culture” scheme concocted by the woman.

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