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NFL and YouTube Partner to Bring Weekly Streaming Content, Highlights in Google Search

The NFL is partnering with YouTube, launching a special channel for fans to get their fill of highlights and gameplay. While the NFL won’t be streaming any games, the League intends to publish weekly content for viewers that highlight the best of what the NFL has to offer the viewing public. 

Not only will users now be able to watch official videos from the NFL, but Google search results will automatically bring forward videos from the NFL’s channel, making the answers to your NFL questions that much more entertaining.

Days from the kickoff of Super Bowl XLIX, the newly launched NFL channel will contain clips of many of the top plays, games, and performers from the 2014 season, as well as content featuring the sights and sounds from Arizona and previewing the matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. The official NFL channel on YouTube and Google search results will also contain in-game highlights from Super Bowl XLIX.

To get a taste of what to expect, and to subscribe on YouTube, hit up their new channel right here.

Via: NFL
  • Finally.

  • Kevin Liebler

    This is the old NFL logo, FYI.

  • David Verba

    anyone know of a good way to stream the super bowl to my chromecast?

    • uzo ufondu

      I think the NBC website will be streaming for free on Sunday. You could stream to Chromecast from your web browser

      • David Verba

        I thought about that too – I wonder how the quality will be…

  • duke69111

    Content looks great. The posted video is already blocked by the NFL. What a bunch of morons.

  • thistimearound

    I wonder if the lack of streaming games will change next season when there’s more than one upcoming game (which is exclusive to NBC anyway).

  • Tyler Durden

    I’ll just watch the games I want to watch and ignore the rest. Considering they’re going to ban Gordon over marijuana and alcohol but not ban Rice for punching a woman.

    • Tony B

      Yeah, the league has zero credibility…

      They’re fining Marshawn Lynch for grabbing his crotch then sell the photo on their site for $150…