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Adam Beasley set to join Pro Football Network as NFL Insider and Analyst

PFN TO THE MOON!!!!

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After nine years of covering the Miami Dolphins for the Miami Herald, Adam Beasley will be stepping down on July 6th to join the Pro Football Network. Beasley will become PFN’s lead NFL insider and analyst. Here’s what Beasley had to say about his new role with PFN.

“I couldn’t be more excited — and grateful — to join Pro Football Network,” said Beasley. “A national gig has long been a dream, and I’m going to work my butt off every day to provide fun, unique content to our growing audience.”

Beasley graduated from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of communications in 2001. He joined the Miami Herald in 2006 and has had the honor of covering nine super bowls, multiple NBA Finals, the College Football playoffs, and much more during his time in South Florida.

PFN Chairman of the Board Aaron Sutton had this to say about Beasley joining Pro Football Network.

“Aside from Adam’s versatile content and storytelling, PFN hired the best beat writer in a top market who comes from a well-known publication with a Rolodex of trusted contacts that he is ready to unleash on a national scale,” said Aaron Sutton, Chairman of the PFN Board. “This is another massive victory for PFN and who we are as a company.”

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