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NFL coverage runneth over

NBC studio analyst Tony Dungy looks on during

NBC studio analyst Tony Dungy looks on during the Super Bowl XLVI Broadcasters news conference at the Super Bowl XLVI Media Canter in the J.W. Marriott Indianapolis. (Jan. 31, 2012) (Credit: Getty)

Dedicated readers might recall my story in Wednesday’s preview section about the absurd overabundance of NFL-related studio programming this season. Naturally, it was out of date before the print edition hit your driveway.

For example, this: NBC Sports Network announced a weekly Xs and Os show premiering Wednesday called “FNIA Coach’s Clicker’’ with Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison and former Newsday sports part-timer Liam McHugh.

And this: Sports Illustrated revealed a new Web-only show, “Pro Football Now,’’ that will premiere an episode every Thursday and features former Giants receiver Amani Toomer.

Coming in 2014: Major networks and Web sites will coordinate to provide a separate NFL studio show tailored to the interests of every man, woman and child in America.

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