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Dave Holcomb is a fantasy sports writer for The Sports Network and co-editor at Motor City Bengals. He is formerly a high-school sports reporter for NJ.com at The Star-Ledger in New Jersey and co-host of I-80 Sports Talk with FN Senior Writer Tom Pollin at MTR Media. Holcomb graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in June 2013. He was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania until he turned 13 and moved to Bergen County, New Jersey. Holcomb interned two summers for Football Nation and FFChamps, and he has been writing articles since July of 2011. In 2012, Holcomb began hosting and producing "Monday Morning Huddle". Season three concluded in February and the 99 episodes of the show has accumulated over 33,000 listens. Holcomb writes daily fantasy pieces at The Sports Network and covers the Detroit Tigers at Motor City Bengals, but in his spare time, he still loves producing quality, thought-provoking content for Football Nation, mostly non-fantasy related. Last December, Holcomb and Pollin teamed up to host and produce I-80 Sports Talk on MTR Radio, which aired every Wednesday and Friday. The pair are currently searching for a new outlet to host a live sports show. Holcomb is always looking for other outlets of work to continue to master his writing and radio broadcasting craft.

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Arizona Cardinals: Hire First Female NFL Coach
The Arizona Cardinals made NFL history on Tuesday when coach Bruce Arians hired Jen Walter to become the first female football coach in the league.
Cleveland Browns: Josh McCown Not Guaranteed to Start Week 1
As 2015 training camp approaches, the Cleveland Browns quarterback situation is no better than it was a year ago.
Minnesota Vikings: Adrian Peterson Showered with Cheers
FN Senior Writer Dave Holcomb argues Vikings fans were perhaps a bit too quick to cheer for running back Adrian Peterson.
Oakland Raiders: Amari Cooper the Next Dominant Receiver
Oakland Raiders former wide receiver Tim Brown predicts that rookie Amari Cooper is going to be dominant in the NFL.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Tomlin Signs Big Contract Extension
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin received a new contract on Thursday that will not expire until the end of the 2018 season.

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