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The official podcast for the 2018 NFL season is now available for download.

The new podcast is the first of three podcasts to arrive in 2019, and it includes a host of former NFL players and other guests.

Here’s what you need to know.1.

This is the NFL Podcast for 2019.

What’s the deal?

It’s a new, premium-priced version of the podcast that focuses on the 2017 season.

The 2018 edition of the show, which debuted on NFL Network in November 2018, was free, but in the new podcast, you can get five episodes for free.

There are also premium episodes available for purchase on NFL Game Pass and iTunes.

The NFL Podcast is also available for free via subscription on NFL Mobile.2.

Here are the names of the hosts:NFL Headline News (host of the 2017 edition): Adam Schefter, Jason La Canfora, Jeff Darlington, Mike Garafolo, Brian Billick, Mike Freeman, Kevin Patra, Mike Reiss, Kevin Washburn, Rich Eisen, and Matt Maiocco.2a.

This one’s for you: Jeff Darlin, Andrew Siciliano, Brian Banks, and Michael Silverman.3.

Here is the breakdown:NFL Week 1 recap:The 2018 NFL Week 1 was an epic week for the league.

After a two-week hiatus, the NFL returned to the action in Week 1 with three straight blowouts of the Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans, and New England Patriots.

The Panthers, who won the title in 2017, went on to defeat the Broncos and 49ers in the Super Bowl.

Here, the latest on all the action from Week 1.4.

This will be the first time since 2002 that the Saints lost to the Falcons in a playoff game.

The 2018 season ended with the Saints hosting the Falcons for a rematch, which they lost to 27-21.

The Falcons are the only team to have defeated the Saints twice in the NFL, winning the first game in New Orleans in 1970 and the next one in Atlanta in 1990.5.

How much did the Falcons win?

The Falcons won just two games all year, losing to the Packers and Buccaneers in Week 14 and Week 16 respectively.

They won the divisional round of the playoffs with a 28-13 victory over the Cardinals in Week 17, and the NFC title game with a 23-17 win over the Seahawks in Week 18.6.

What was the playoff picture for the Falcons?

The NFC championship game was played in Seattle on February 20, 2019, so the Falcons did not play in the postseason.

The only other team to finish the season with at least a 10-win season was the 1990 Pittsburgh Steelers, who went 12-4 and won the Super Cup.

The 2017 Seahawks won the NFC championship with a 10th place finish in the NFC West.7.

Here we go again: The Falcons will get their first win in Super Bowl LII against the 49ers on Sunday, January 6, 2020.

The team has a 10 win season under new head coach Dan Quinn.8.

Who are the Saints?

The Saints, who have not won a playoff match since 2012, are the latest team to be eliminated from the playoff race.

In 2017, they lost in the divisionAL championship game to the Arizona Cardinals.

They have a 14-10 record since the start of 2018.9.

What is the latest?

The NFL announced that the NFL Players Association will investigate allegations that Saints offensive coordinator Geoff Schwartz sexually harassed players and players were treated like objects.

Schwartz, a former offensive line coach in the Atlanta Falcons organization, will be fired from his position as the head coach of the Saints in February 2019.10.

This has been a good year for former players.

Who were the big winners and losers?

This season has been full of drama, but the biggest winners were former players who have had an impact on the game in some way.1a.

Former Saints running back Jonathan Stewart (2014): The NFL fined him $5 million for a hit on a Pittsburgh Steelers defender in the team’s win over Green Bay in Week 3.

He received a five-game suspension for his actions.1b.

Former Giants defensive tackle Jason Pierre-Paul (2013): The New York Giants suspended Pierre-Pascal from the team for three games after he was charged with assaulting a police officer during a domestic dispute.

He pleaded not guilty.1c.

Former Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (2016): The Pittsburgh Steelers suspended Brown from the league for four games for violating the league’s domestic violence policy.

Brown has not played since 2016, when he was suspended for violating his four-game domestic violence suspension.

He is still serving a four-month domestic violence domestic violence sentence after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in 2016.2, 3a.

New England’s Aaron Dobson (2018): Dobson, who played for the Patriots from 2013-18, will return to the team after being released from a suspension that included a two game suspension in September 2018