The NFL is moving closer to offering internet-only packages for all fans this year, with the league now planning to offer internet access for all teams and players through its existing cable and satellite TV packages.
The move to offer only internet access is a big win for consumers, who have been frustrated with how the league and its teams have handled their contracts with cable providers and satellite companies.
Many fans have been left wondering how the NFL will get around its contract with Comcast and Time Warner Cable, which both have historically shied away from providing internet access.
The NFL will still offer some cable and wireless plans, but the league is now also considering offering plans through a combination of satellite and cable, as well as internet-specific plans through its own cable TV and internet plans.
Comcast and Charter, the companies that currently provide the league’s cable TV packages, have yet to announce their plans for the league, but both have long been known for their lack of transparency.
The NFL has not announced plans for its own internet-based plans.
The league also plans to offer a broadband package for the first time, starting with its cable plans in 2018.
The league has not released the details of its plan, but ESPN reported that it will include broadband Internet and voice services for fans to use with their cable TV.ESPN also reported that the NFL plans to add “special access” to some of its digital packages, including its online games and app, as part of its broadband internet plan.
The internet package will also include a digital package for people who do not want to pay for internet access on their cable subscription.
The NBA and the NHL are also planning to make some changes to their contracts that would make it easier for fans who have internet access to stream games on the team’s network.
The NBA is also considering allowing fans to stream a game live online to their smartphone or tablet.
It’s unclear how this would affect the existing NBA online streaming plans.
Last year, the NFL signed a deal with Verizon Communications for the next two seasons that included an internet package for fans.
That deal expired this offseason, and the league has been discussing a new internet package.
The new internet plans, however, have not been announced.
The new internet plan will include a broadband internet service for fans, and it will be available in “limited quantities.”
The league did not say how much internet access fans would get, or whether they would have to pay a fee for it.
The plans will be free to new and existing fans.