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Bill Polian was well-known for his love-hate relationship with the media. Now he's joined their ranks:
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. He will be joined by former NFL quarterback Jim Miller as his co-host.
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