The NFL’s venerable “Sunday Ticket” package is poised to jump from satellite to streaming. “I clearly believe we’ll be moving to a streaming service,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said during an interview Friday with CNBC, an overt nod by the league to long-simmering conversations about the next step for the package, which has been held for years by DirecTV and broadcasts regular-season games that aren’t available on local stations.
The draft, held virtually from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s house, was up 37% from last year’s telecast. It was televised on ABC, ESPN, NFL Network and shown online.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Sunday that his organization is “very open to changing packages, very open to changing partners” when it comes to negotiating media contracts that will expire in the next few years.
Roger Goodell on Tuesday said the fiery debate over protests during the national anthem is “threatening to erode” the game, according to a letter the NFL commissioner sent to all 32 teams.