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Fall Sunday mornings on ESPN are football-filled, with a smorgasbord of programming to prepare fans for a day's worth of NFL action. Adding to the lineup is a weekly edition of "NFL Insiders." Host Trey Wingo is joined by former NFL safety and scout Louis Riddick and veteran reporters Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen to present up-to-the-minute reports on the day's matchups, including roster transactions and injuries. Firsthand knowledge of breaking league news is also an insider's specialty.

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