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NFL denies deal with DirectTV

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04:06 PM ET 12.13 | On Thursday, multiple reports had surfaced that the NFL was nearing a deal and/or that they had one in place with DirectTV to keep the Sunday NFL Ticket package exclusively on the satellite television provider. However, the NFL has responded to those reports by saying that they currently have no deal in place. While a deal may not be done, DirectTV seems to be optimistic that something could come to fruition. There were previous reports that Google could make a play for the NFL Sunday Ticket Package that would allow games to be streamed live on YouTube, so it will be interesting to see how the bidding war plays out over the course of the next few months.

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December 14, 2013  12:15 AM ET

I have seen the future and it is called "NFL On Ice".

December 14, 2013  08:15 AM ET

Greed will Guide Them!!!

 
December 15, 2013  12:24 AM ET

regardless of who gets the contract, don't buy it, you can watch all the games for free, (well, payment of your internet connection)

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