2016 Live-Stream Games
Jessica Toonkel of Reuters reports that the NFL is planning to live-stream all three of the 2016 London games online.
According to Toonkel, Apple and Google are among the technology companies in talks to buy the rights to conduct the stream.
The NFL reportedly deemed the first ever live-stream on Yahoo a success and now wants to live-stream all of the London games.
As of now, it remains to be seen whether or not the NFL will look to sell the three games as a package or as three separate games.
Next year’s games scheduled to be played in London include: Colts vs. Jaguars on Oct. 2, Giants vs. Rams on Oct. 23, and Redskins vs. Bengals on Oct. 30.
- Alex Marvez reports that the Colts will interview John Benton (Dolphins), Pat Flaherty (Giants) and Chris Foerster (49ers) for their offensive line coaching position.
- Giants owner John Mara said of former Buccaneers HC Lovie Smith: “I’m certainly aware that he’s out there. I will talk to Jerry and the Tisch family about him.” (Ralph Vacchiano)
- Mara added: “… but whether we’ll bring him in or not, I just don’t know.” (Ralph Vacchiano)
- Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Jaguars are interviewing Falcons secondary coach Marquand Manuel for their defensive coordinator position.
- Seahawks HC Pete Carroll announced that RB Marshawn Lynch (abs) will be a game-time decision for their Wildcard game against the Vikings.
- Seattle also ruled out TE Luke Willson with a concussion.