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Chris Myers and Tim Ryan will announce the Colts home game with the Carolina Panthers live for the NFL On FOX, seen regionally at both North and South Carolina, Northern Kentucky, and Indiana, including WXIN FOX 59 on HD.

WISH CBS 8 will also televise only the Patriots @ Eagles primary late doubleheadergame live in Indianapolis on HD.

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