Inside the Huddle

Last Updated: 29/01/14 3:59pm

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Inside The Huddle

Inside The Huddle

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Want more NFL chat between our live shows on Sky Sports?

Then check out the latest episode of the new Inside the Huddle Podcast featuring our very own Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold.

The Inside the Huddle Podcast will be available each week right here on skysports.com, so make sure you check out our latest edition.

It's almost over, but there's still the biggest game of the season to come! So find out what the guys feel about Championship Weekend and also get their thoughts about what is in store during the next week or so in New York.

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You can watch the Pro Bowl live only on Sky Sports 1 from midnight on Sunday.

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