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The NFL is a 24/7 business. There's an offseason built into the league's calendar, of course, but the news cycle never seems to stop, and fan interest remains high all year. In that light, ESPN presents "NFL Insiders," a weekday program that not only airs both in-season as well as when the stadiums are dark, but also is unique in that its cast includes nary an ex-NFL player. Hosted on a rotating basis by Suzy Kolber and Wendi Nix, the hourlong episodes feature daily contributors, such as reporters Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter and former NFL executive Bill Polian, who have insiders' access to breaking league news and firsthand knowledge of how teams go about their business. ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton and NFL insider Ed Werder also weigh in at times with news and views, as do a roster of other journalists and former front office executives.

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