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Len Pasquarelli leaves ESPN for CBSSports.com/the SportsXchange

"After nearly nine years with ESPN.com, veteran NFL scribe Len Pasquarelli has left the four-letter network," Mike Florio writes, adding, "Though Pasquarelli's work still appears on the ESPN.com NFL page, his last item was posted on August 6.  His name appears on two articles published Sunday at CBSSports.com/the SportsXchange, and an industry source has confirmed that Len has indeed moved on, and moved out from Bristol. Pasquarelli arrived from CBSSportsline.com in 2001, and for years he was one of ESPN.com's primary online voices.  In recent years, however, the proliferation of the network's blog presence and the arrival of Adam Schefter have pushed Pasquarelli into the margins."

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