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Longtime NFL Network Reporter Announces She's Leaving

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Aditi Kinkhabwala announced on Monday evening that she's leaving the NFL Network.

The national correspondent shared her decision in a Twitter post looking ahead to her next chapter.

"After 10 years at @nflnetwork, it’s time for some new challenges," Kinkhabwala wrote. "I’ve had a decade of great adventure, wonderful friendships and the opportunity to share all sorts of stories. Now, I’m on to some other dream-chasing. Stay tuned!"

Kinkhabwala had a heavy presence on NFL Network programming, regularly appearing on NFL Now, NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Morning, and Good Morning Football: Weekend. She also has written for NFL.com.

The Cornell University graduate previously covered Rutgers football and basketball for The Record in New Jersey as well as following the Big East for Sports Illustrated and writing for the Wall Street Journal.

Kinkhabwala didn't reveal her next move, but she changed the opening of her Twitter bio to "TBD while dream-chasing." With her extensive track record, the veteran reporter shouldn't have much difficulty landing on her feet.