The NFL is spreading out even further to dominate TV. Even though it has yet to launch its digital network, NFL Now, the football league has announced it has signed up with Roku, Microsoft, Verizon and Yahoo to stream TV.
This means that beginning this August, the NFL will be streaming on Kindle Fire and Fire TV, as well as Roku streaming boxes.
Apps for iOS, Android, Windows and some game consoles will also be able to stream games.
NFL Now will allow football fans to build out a personalized content experience on the Web, based on what their favorite teams are and the players they follow. There's going to be original content, press conferences, productions from each league team, highlights and on-demand game replays, to mention a few things.
Are you going to do a deep dive into the NFL with one of these streaming options? Or is there such a thing as too much football? Tell me what you think in the comments below.