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Earlier this year, the NFL announced NFL Now, a streaming, mobile, over-the-top-service that brings you in-game highlights, original content, and for a small fee, access to the NFL Films library. The service won’t show live games (yet?), but it’s the NFL’s first step toward cutting the cord, and it’s something they’ve been pushing a lot lately. It’s available online, on IOS and Android, Apple TV, and PS4 and Xbox One. Anyway, hearing that Colleen Wolfe is leaving FOX 29 for the network, which is based in LA. She’ll be its lead female anchor. Scott Hanson is already sort of a big deal over there, obviously as the host of RedZone, so this makes two former CSN-ers with prominent NFL Network roles.

CSN is adding another pun-y-titled show. From a press release:

Comcast SportsNet expands its robust football programming with a new 30-minute show “Quick Slants,” featuring Comcast SportsNet’s Derrick Gunn and CSNPhilly.com columnist Reuben Frank. “Quick Slants” will air weekdays at 6 p.m., and will feature discussions on the top stories around the league, centering on the NFC and the Philadelphia Eagles. “Quick Slants” will also feature national football experts from NBC Sports and “ProFootball Talk,” as well as social media integration through Facebook and Twitter.

While writing this post, Molly Eichel of the Daily News also reported that Wolfe is leaving FOX and will be replaced by Keith Russell, formerly of 6 ABC.

Starting this fall, I’ll be a regular contributor on FOX’s weekend morning show. Have breakfast in bed with me, please.