Inside the Huddle

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Inside The Huddle

Inside The Huddle

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Check out the latest episode of the new 'Inside the Huddle' podcast featuring our very own Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold.

The podcast will be available each and every week right here on, so make sure you keep right up to date with all the latest news from across the pond.

It's a long, long summer for NFL fans, but with the Draft approaching next month it's time to start turning our attentions to how teams will be strengthening ahead of next season.

Neil and Jeff take a close look at the NFC West this week, which of course supplied the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks after they routed Denver in new Jersey.

Divisional rivals San Francisco ran them so close in the NFC title game, so it looks like being the toughest division in the league once again with St Louis and Arizona improving.




Or if you want to listen right here then just hit play on the link below to listen on our Sky Sports News Radio soundcloud page.

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