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Will Xbox One Be the Future Home of NFL Sunday Ticket?

The current NFL Sunday Ticket contract with DirecTV is up after the 2014 season and we could see the NFL partner with a new provider (or providers) for it’s popular out-of-market Sunday games package. According to the Hollywood Reporter, DirecTV CEO Pat Doyle says that the Satellite provider would consider either a non-exclusive deal or dropping the NFL Sunday Ticket all together when it comes up for renewal.  Continue Reading >

Watch the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine Live Online at

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 will broadcast the combine live online. Continue Reading >

Watch the NBA Slam Dunk Contest, 3-Point, and Skills Competitions Live Online with TNT Overtime

For many NBA fans the events of Saturday night are the crown jewel of the NBA All-Star Weekend. The NBA Slam Dunk Contest, 3-Point Contest, Skills Competition and Shooting Stars has become a must watch showcase of NBA talent. If you can’t watch the events live on TNT, or just want to supplement your viewing with some additional camera angles, you can watch online with TNT Overtime.  Continue Reading > Online Super Bowl Viewer was a Big Winner

For the second year in a row, the Super Bowl was live streamed online. Last year it was NBCSports who provided the stream using their NFL Sunday Night Extra online viewer that live streams every Sunday Night NFL game. This year, however, with CBS broadcasting the Super Bowl, it was up to to take up the task of streaming the big game. Continue Reading >