The NFL is about to Release a New Streaming Service





If you have been using the NFL Now app on your Roku and other devices, sadly it is being discontinued. The good news is the NFL is about to launch a new streaming service that could be even more cord cutter friendly.

NFL Now allowed NFL fans to watch highlights in a ‘SportsCenter’-esque rundown and classic games on a wide range of devices; now that service has been shut down with the promise of something new and better to come soon.

Here is the email that was sent to NFL Now subscribers:


There has been a significant amount of talk about a new NFL Subscription Streaming Service, but this is the first official word about it from the NFL.

Rumors have been flying around for some time that the NFL Network will start offering a subscription streaming service for their channel. Sometimes the rumors say it will include live games, other times they say live games will not be included, but all other content will.

Even if the new streaming service does not include a live feed of the NFL network, the service is expected to offer more NFL content to non-cable subscribers than has ever been available before.

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