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NFL Insiders get their own show on ESPN with only one rule...

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“We have one rule: If you played in the league, you’re not going to be on the show,” said producer Seth Markman.

http://www.shermanreport.com/espn-nfl-insiders-to-get-their-own-show-producer-different-than-anything-else/

 

so basically if you know what you're actually talking about...you have no place on this show.

 

it's only for talking heads like schefter and mort. no players. no coaches.

 

awesome.

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A lot of players don't much either unless its specific to a position or team they played on.

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I don't know why I misread the title as being if you are an ESPN Insider, you get to be on a show. I was getting ready to put on my Sunday best.

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