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NFL streaming: how to watch football without CBS All Access

NFL streaming: how to watch football without CBS All Access

CBS has announced that its users will be able to stream some NFL games starting this upcoming Sunday. CBS says this is a multi-year deal between it and the NFL; once it kicks off, CBS All Access will offer all the NFL on CBS games, including halftime coverage, Thursday Night Football, and more. If you're not a CBS All Access customer, though, or if you prefer greater access to NFL content, you've got a few other streaming options.

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Twitter’s video app arrives on Android TV with live NFL content

Twitter’s video app arrives on Android TV with live NFL content

Twitter has officially launched its new Twitter for Android TV app, giving Android TV users the ability to access video content streamed on the service. This content includes live NFL games, among other things, and marks yet another video app option for those using Google's television software. The app currently sits at version 1.0 and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store now.

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Microsoft Surface dumped by Patriots coach Bill Belichick

Microsoft Surface dumped by Patriots coach Bill Belichick

For all of its mobile division woes, Microsoft's line of Surface tablets has managed to attract its share of praise - unless we're talking about New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. What was supposed to make the coach's job on the sidelines easier has only been a frustration for Belichick. Now, he says, he's done with the tablet and returning to the way things used to work.

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49ers team with Amazon Prime Now for tailgating goods

49ers team with Amazon Prime Now for tailgating goods

The San Francisco 49ers have teamed up with Amazon to make tailgating a little more convenient. Under this partnership, 49ers fans at Levi’s Stadium will be able to order “essentials” using Amazon Prime Now and have those items delivered straight to their parking spot in certain parking lots. This is said to be the first service of its kind, and it'll be available to those located in the Blue/Green/Red Lots 1 — the area where, says the 49ers, most of the tailgating at that stadium happen.

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Sling TV will offer NFL Network and NFL RedZone soon

Sling TV will offer NFL Network and NFL RedZone soon

Before this year’s football season kicks off, Sling TV will add both NFL Network and NFL RedZone to its livestreaming TV service. The company hasn’t announced whether these offerings will be available as standalone add-ons or in certain packages, though a statement from it suggests that NFL Network may be more readily available while RedZone will be a separate option for subscribers.

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PlayStation Vue will soon have NFL Network and RedZone

PlayStation Vue will soon have NFL Network and RedZone

PlayStation Vue is adding a couple new sports options for football fans: NFL RedZone and NFL Network. Sony announced the two upcoming channels in a statement today, saying they will be made available to subscribers nationwide soon. It isn’t clear what channel tier the channels will be made available under, or whether it will be made available as an add-on channel option. There will also be a couple perks for subscribers, including access to Watch NFL Network on the NFL’s website.

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NFL tipped in plan to chip footballs for data analysis

NFL tipped in plan to chip footballs for data analysis

The NFL is planning to add data-gathering hardware to footballs used in this year’s preseason, according to a source, doing so to learn certain things about gameplay. The data gathered will help shed light on areas like kicking and officiating, and could be used to make changes to the game that’ll be seen as early as next year, at least according to reports.

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NFL blackout hits Dish Network as talks sour

NFL blackout hits Dish Network as talks sour

For the first time ever, the NFL has had its channels dropped by a TV service provider, a popular one at that. Dish Network kicked off an NFL Network and NFL RedZone blackout after talks between the two companies soured. The squabble is reportedly over distribution fees; the existing contract that gave Dish the NFL channels has expired, and the service provider apparently didn’t like the terms being offered by the new proposal.

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Pittsburgh Steelers test robot tackling dummies

Pittsburgh Steelers test robot tackling dummies

The Pittsburgh Steelers are experimenting with robot tackling dummies that chase players across the training field, potentially ramming into them with columnar, padded bodies. The robot dummies are able to operate independently, featuring a base upon which they can roll and brake. In a demonstration video posted by the NFL, the dummies are able to zoom after someone, brake when they dodge, and reverse course quickly.

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NFL inks deal to stream classic games on YouTube

NFL inks deal to stream classic games on YouTube

Last year, the NFL partnered with YouTube to bring a variety of content to the video service. These include game previews, in-game highlights, post-game recaps, and more. However, thanks to a new deal, we will start seeing entire games show up on the company's YouTube channel.

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DirecTV adds live out-of-market games for NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers

DirecTV adds live out-of-market games for NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers

DirecTV has announced that NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers will soon be able to stream out-of-market regular season football games on Sunday afternoons, removing the need to upgrade to an NFL Sunday Ticket Max subscription. Subscribers will be able to stream the games live on their favorite devices -- tablets, smartphones, and other connected gadgets. The new season of live NFL games starts September 11.

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Microsoft HoloLens wants to bring new tech to NFL fans

Microsoft HoloLens wants to bring new tech to NFL fans

Microsoft foresees a day when an NFL fan's favorite team won’t be confined solely to their TV on game day. Microsoft wants to use the HoloLens to give football fans an entirely new world of interactivity with the game. Microsoft's vision for the future of watching football was unveiled at the Super Bowl 50 panel discussion.

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