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NFL Now app to give fans more access to follow their favorite teams

Posted Aug 20, 2014

The NFL Now app will give fans further access to follow their favorite teams with the largest digital library of NFL content, including videos and more.

This summer, football gets personal with NFL Now.

Available free to NFL fans worldwide, NFL Now is a personalized video app that provides football fans with all the NFL stories and highlights they want in a nonstop video playlist.

Fans simply select their favorite team(s) and fantasy players and instantly receive videos that match those preferences and matter to them.

Fans will also have access to nonstop news and analysis from the largest digital library of NFL content anywhere, including highlights, clips of NFL Network programming, and original programming produced at the NFL Now studio.

Fans will be able to "like" and "dislike" videos, and the video stream will dynamically personalize the viewing experience.

Additionally, NFL Now will provide subscription access to the deepest vault of on-demand NFL Films and NFL Network video content available. Watch episodes of your favorite NFL shows like America's Game, A Football Life, Hard Knocks (beginning in September), and more.

With exclusive videos being produced by all NFL teams, fans will have exclusive inside access to all 32 teams' content including press conferences, player features, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

With NFL Now Highlights, fans receive access to in-progress highlights of every highlight from every game on game days.

The NFL Now app is free, with NFL Now Plus features available starting at $1.99 per month.

NFL Now will be available on most smartphones, tablets, laptops, gaming consoles, streaming boxes and select connected TV devices. This innovative and ground-breaking new digital offering launches this preseason ahead of the 2014 NFL season. Pre-register to be the first to know when NFL NOW launches. Learn more here.

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