Again this year you won’t need to get the NFL Network to enjoy that third helping of NFL Football on Thanksgiving night. Just like last season, the game will be broadcast by NBC. If you can’t be in front of the TV, you can still watch the game live online or on your iPad. Continue Reading >
Looking for ways to listen to your favorite NFL team’s games each Sunday? We’ve gathered together a collection of resources to get you that audio feed. Continue Reading >
Well, the deal that had NFL fans scrambling to Amazon.com to gobble up the new Madden 25 Anniversary Edition seems to be over. Continue Reading >
The NFL Mobile app has been updated with a new look and feel for 2013. One of the big changes is NFL Mobile will now be available to all carriers and eligible devices, not just those of Verizon customers. Well, except for one huge caveat… Continue Reading >
The NFL and Verizon Wireless have announced an extension to their current partnership which expands the Verizon Wireless live NFL game offerings to include Sunday afternoon games beginning in 2014. Continue Reading >
Beginning on Saturday February 23th, the latest batch of NFL hopefuls will put aside the pads and helmets, don some shorts, and try to run, jump, and lift their way to a higher draft slot. All of this will take place under the watchful eye of the NFL coaches and talent scouts. NFL Network will broadcast the entire four day event, but if you don’t get the NFL Network, fans like us can play NFL scout from the comfort of our own computers as NFL.com will broadcast the combine live online. Continue Reading >
Once again the Super Bowl is broadcast exclusively by Dial Global Radio Network. Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason will call the game joined by sideline reporters Mark Malone, James Lofton, Jim Gray, and Scott Graham. For those who can’t watch the game, or just prefer the radio broadcast, here are some ways to hear SuperBowl 47 via computer, iPhone, iPad, and Android phone.
Once again in 2013, NBC will broadcast the Saturday NFL Playoff games during Wild Card weekend. And, once again, those NFL Wild Card games will be available to stream online and on your computer or mobile phone or tablet.
NBC Sports and Yahoo announced earlier this week a partnership that will allow the two properties to share digital content. One of key component of this announcement is that Yahoo will begin to link to and promote NBC Sports live streaming events such as Sunday Night Football, Notre Dame Football, and NHL Hockey (assuming they ever settle this silly work stoppage). Continue Reading >
The Verizon-exclusive NFL Mobile app for iOS & Android returns for 2012 with a compete makeover. There is also a new NFL Mobile Premium tier that offers live streaming video of Sunday Night, Monday Night, Thursday Night games, along with NFL Network and NFL Red Zone Channel. Continue Reading >
Have you ever wondered which NFL games will be televised in your area this week on CBS and Fox? Here’s how to find out ahead of time. Continue Reading >
Last year, NFL fans with PS3’s rejoiced when Sony announced that the NFL’s popular Sunday Ticket package would be available on the Playstation without subscribing to DirecTV.
Recently, the NFL sent out a survey for fans to give their feedback on Game Rewind. As a long time subscriber, I was anxious to check out the survey since sometimes you can get an idea of what the NFL may be planning (or at least considering) by the types of questions they ask. What was eye-opening about this year’s survey was the handful of questions relating to the “All-22” view or Coach’s Film where you can see plays from the high end zone angles.