During the NFL season, you are constantly working on new stuff. It's always fast-paced, you hardly ever become stagnant. It's not for a lot of people, but if you can handle the pressure of working in a live TV setting, it's great. NFL Network in my experience is like a large family. Like every family, people have their issues here and there, but for the most part, everyone looks out for each other, and try to help each other do their very best. Even as a freelancer, you are treated with the same respect as your full-time peers, and communication between different departments helps this place run like a well-oiled machine. The only draw back here, from my experience, is that it is very hard to move up. The only way someone moves up, is if someone else leaves, and not many people seem to be doing that here in the last few years.
Great people; Work doesn't get boring
Shifts sometimes inconsistent; Hard to move up