Bill O”Reilly is the latest Fox Sports commentator to announce his retirement.
O’Reilly’s decision to leave the network comes after Fox Sports announced that it would be cutting its full-time staff and cutting more than a dozen positions, including the network’s top talent and producer.
O”Reilly announced in a tweet on Tuesday that he will not be taking the network down.
“Fox is a network that values and respects all of its employees, including those that have made my career over the past 18 years, and I’m proud of our team, which is one of the most respected in the sports industry, and proud of what we do for the fans,” O’Kelly said in a statement.
“The Fox News brand is one I’m immensely proud of and I have nothing but respect for the talented people and talented newsroom we have here.
O`Reilly will not appear on “The O’Neil Show,” Fox’s talk show that airs from 7 p.m. to 9 p..m., the network said in its announcement. “
O’Kelly will be announcing his departure in a special edition of “Special Report” on Wednesday.
O`Reilly will not appear on “The O’Neil Show,” Fox’s talk show that airs from 7 p.m. to 9 p..m., the network said in its announcement.
Fox said it would not be discussing the decision with O’Neal, a former co-host of the show.
O�Reilly’s exit comes as other Fox Sports personalities are considering their next move, including Mike Francesa, who has announced his retirement, and Mike Frances of Fox Sports 2.
Both men are under contract to the network.
Fox Sports also announced that O’Brien would not appear in its “Live Extra” on Tuesday.
Ombudsman Bill OReilly, who retired on Feb. 14, was a popular personality on Fox Sports for years.
Fox Sports has also had a tumultuous relationship with O�Brien, who fired him in March after two years as the network president.
O’Donnell and O’Leary also had separate contractual disputes with Fox.OReilly and OBrien clashed over sexual harassment allegations that were aired in The New York Times and The Washington Post in recent years.
O�Reilly settled the Times story with a $25 million settlement.
He settled with OReilly last year, and in December the Post story detailed how O’J and O�Donnell had allegedly pressured a woman who worked as a sex worker to drop her complaint about O’Jersey.