Monday June 25th, 2012

Former 49ers cornerback Eric Davis will be one of five panelists on NFL Network's "NFL AM," beginning July 30 at 6 a.m. (Timothy A. Clary, Getty Images)

Forget Sunday mornings -- NFL Network will be giving fans their daily dose of football news every weekday while they prepare for work.

In a league press release, the network said it will launch a four-hour weekday morning show on July 30. The show, titled "NFL AM," will go from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., Monday through Friday.

The show will begin just as players report for training camp and promises to "blanket the world" with NFL news and debates. Five panelists are slated to be on the show, including The New York Times' best-selling author Mark Kriegel. He'll be joined by former Fox NFL sideline reporter Brian Webber, former Comcast SportsNet New England broadcaster Nicole Zaloumis, former San Francisco cornerback Eric Davis, and NFL Network's own Steve Wyche.

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