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The NFL is kicking off early today starting at 9 am Eastern from London. Once again the NFL is returning to the United Kingdom for the first time in 2017 today when the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars play today in London, but most football fans won’t be able to watch the game on television.
That’s because Verizon, who owns Yahoo, AOL, the Huffington Post, Complex and other properties, has exclusive global streaming rights to the game.
How to stream the game:
Fans can stream the game on desktop or mobile devices from any Verizon-owned site, as well as NFL Mobile, NFL.com, and the NFL app.
How to Watch The Game on Television:
Local fans in the home markets of Baltimore, Maryland and Jacksonville, Florida will still be able to watch the game on their local CBS affiliates. The game will also be broadcast on Sky Sports in the U.K.
It is reported that Verizon paid $21 million for the right to stream todays NFL’s game in London. The Wall Street Journal reported. Yahoo Inc. previously paid $15 million for exclusive streaming rights for the London game in 2015.