NFL Says Games on Digital Platforms Are a Win for Everyone

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Mar.22 — NFL Media Chief Operations Officer Hans Schroeder talks about the future of NFL games on digital platforms. Thursday night games will be exclusively on Amazon. He speaks to Matt Miller.

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