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Los Angeles Rams Preseason Voice Andrew Siciliano Fired By NFL Network

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NFL Network is undergoing some major changes to its personnel, and on Thursday that continued, with multiple key figures being fired by the company, according to reports from the Athletic.

Per the report, one of the reporters to be let go by the company was NFL insider and Los Angeles Rams pre-season play-by-play voice, Andrew Siciliano.

The changes are coming in part due to the network’s decisions to cease operations in New York City, and move the broadcast to Los Angeles.

Siciliano had also been the host of the extremely popular NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone show for the network since its inception in 2005. He has been the play-by-play voice of the Rams during the preseason since 2011 when the franchise was still located in St. Louis.


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Alongside Siciliano, three other on air talents were laid off as well, in Melissa Stark, James Palmer and Will Selva.

Stark, a host, and reporter for NFL Network, has served as a sideline report for NBC’s Sunday Night Football in recent years. Palmer had been with the network since 2015 as a reporter, while Selva had been an anchor since 2013, as well as a key member of ‘Good Morning Football.’

“As is normal course of business this time of year, we are evaluating our talent roster for the upcoming 2024 season and beyond,” an NFL Network spokesperson said toThe Athletic. “That process results in renewals, non-renewals and additions to our talent lineup depending on programming needs. To those departing talent, we give our sincere thanks and appreciation for their hard work and contributions to NFL Media.”

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