Pat McAfee Makes Major Broadcasting Partnership Decision

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Pat McAfee will be looking for a new radio home.

According to Jimmy Trena of Sports Illustrated, SiriusXM will no longer air The Pat McAfee Show.

Chris Russo said McAfee and Mad Dog Sports Radio "have parted ways amicably."

Two minutes after the train informed of this announcement,

McAfee took to Twitter for a post possibly related to the situation.

"Find where you're celebrating...

Not a place where you are tolerated," McAfee wrote.

"Makes life more complete."

While his new audio landing spot remains unclear,

McAfee will likely have plenty of suitors.

The former Indianapolis Colts punter is enjoying skyrocketing success in the media landscape.

In addition to his popular shows, he has partnerships with FanDuel and is a commentator for WWE's Friday Night SmackDown.

McAfee will continue to stream his weekday afternoon shows on YouTube, where he has more than 1.9 million subscribers.

It remains to be seen who will pick up the radio rights to The Pat McAfee Show going forward.