NEW 11-YEAR NFL TV CONTRACT: $113 BILLION, $40 MILLION A GAME!

By Peter Gleason

CBS keeps the AFC package, and FOX the NFC, while NBC will broadcast the Sunday night game, and ESPN will hang on to Monday Night Football.

Streaming services ESPN+, Peacock (NBC) and Paramount+ (CBS) will also carry games.

On Thursday night, Amazon gets exclusive streaming rights and local markets will still air games over broadcast TV, but other fans will need to be Amazon Prime subscribers to watch.

CBS, Fox and NBC signed for 11 years deals, ESPN signing up for 12 years, which will allow the deals with those networks to expire together at the end of the 2033 season.

Fox, CBS and NBC are doubling the amounts they are paying in their current deals, with each shelling out around $2 billion. ESPN, which currently pays around $2 billion for its Monday Night package, will pay around $2.7 annually. Amazon will pay around $1 billion for its right to stream Thursday night games.

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