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Former Indianapolis Colts President Bill Polian is joining SiriusXM radio as a regular host.
Polian will make his debut on the satellite network's NFL Radio channel on Monday night, and also will host a show on Wednesday and next Friday from Indianapolis, site of the Super Bowl. Polian and his son, then-general manager Chris Polian, were fired by the team after it finished a 2-14 season.
Known for his strong talent evaluations, Polian built the Bills, Panthers and Colts into Super Bowl contenders. In his 24 seasons as a general manager with Indianapolis, Carolina and Buffalo, Polian's teams made 17 playoffs, eight championship games and five Super Bowls.
Polian hosted a local radio show in Indianapolis while working for the Colts.
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