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Report: Surprise Company Makes Big For ‘NFL Sunday Ticket’

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FOXBORO, MA – SEPTEMBER 07: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell looks on before the sport between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Latest England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on September 7, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

The 2022 season will likely be the ultimate one for DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. The favored package could have a recent sponsor in 2023.

Several corporations have reportedly offered bids for Sunday Ticket, including one you would possibly not expect: Google.

The Latest York Times reports that Google has “offered a bid from YouTube for the rights,” starting next fall. Apple, Amazon and Disney are also involved.

“Quite a few corporations are in strong position to potentially land Sunday Ticket, but we still have a ways to go on this process,” NFL media executive Brian Rolapp told the Times.

Earlier this month, it was reported that Apple was the “more than likely” entity to amass Sunday Ticket for a price potentially as much as $3 million.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell also said recently that he “clearly believes” the league will likely be partnering with a streaming service to broadcast Sunday Ticket starting in 2023. 

[ Pro Football Talk ]

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