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When will NFL games be televised live?

As the NFL prepares to start streaming games on mobile devices, a number of games have already been streamed on TV.

In November, a preseason game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers was streamed live on CBS Sports, but the game will not be available on Fox Sports Go until at least April 24.

There are a number other live games scheduled for this week.

In Chicago, the Bears and Green Bay Packers will play at 7 p.m.


The Atlanta Falcons and Washington Redskins will play 2 p.r. at 8:15 p.t. on FOX.

And the New York Jets and San Diego Chargers will face off at 8 p.l. on CBS.

At 8:30 p.p.m., the New Orleans Saints will face the Indianapolis Titans at 8 a.m..

And at 11 p.a.m, the Chicago Bears will face Green Bay at 11:30 a.g.

Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Rams will face Houston at 1:15 a.p., with the NFL game airing live on ESPN at 1 a.d.

On the other side of the country, the New England Patriots will play in the Super Bowl on ESPN2, with the game scheduled to begin at 8 the morning of the game.

A number of other games will be streamed live, including the Washington Redskins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at 4 p.s. on ESPN, the Houston Texans at 8,000 on Fox, the Jacksonville Jaguars at 12,000, the Indianapolis Broncos at 12 p.d., the Cleveland Browns at 2 p,m.

on Fox and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 4:15p.t on FOX, according to the NFL.

The NFL announced in November that all NFL games on broadcast TV are now available on mobile platforms, including NFL mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows phones and tablets.

Currently, NFL games are streamed via the NFL Mobile app, with a new app launching this month.

As for the NFL’s mobile app, it will provide viewers with live coverage of all NFL home games on-demand, including preseason games, preseason games in the NFL regular season and the playoffs.

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