NEW YORK (AP) -James Brown, Phil Simms and Cris Collinsworth will host ``Inside the NFL'' when it moves to Showtime in the fall.
Brown hosts the CBS pregame show on Sundays, while Simms is the network's lead analyst. Collinsworth is a holdover from the program's previous run on HBO and also works for NBC and NFL Network.
CBS Sports chief Sean McManus said Monday in announcing the hosts that a fourth person will join them each week. Whether it will be another full-time analyst or a rotating current or former player has yet to be determined.
The show will be produced by CBS Sports and NFL Films. CBS owns Showtime.

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