With the COVID-19 virus sweeping across the U.S., folks are getting used to a new type of normal. People are being asked to stay home from work, stores are closing, and the stock market is in free fall.
If all that isn’t bad enough, sports fans are going through withdrawal as every major sport in the U..S and across the globe is waiting for the all-clear sign to get back to action.
Sadly, that may not come for weeks.
With all of that being said, the NFL is trying to lighten the load just a bit for pigskin fans by offering up its league pass for free.
NFL League Pass free
There is no March Madness, NBA, or NHL, however, the NFL is doing its best to bring some sports back to the TV screen for fans everywhere.
According to NFL.com, starting today, March 18, the NFL will offer complimentary access to NFL Game Pass — providing fans the opportunity to relive incredible NFL games from the past.
These classic games will include Tom Brady’s Super Bowl victories with the New England Patriots — yes, all of them — along with Peyton Manning’s single-season record of 55 touchdown passes set back in 2013 with the Denver Broncos and Odell Beckham Jr.’s impossible one-handed catch in 2014.
But that is just the tip of the iceberg.
The NFL media vault is very big, so getting your fill of the NFL will not be an issue.
Fans can choose from past regular and postseason NFL games, interviews with players and coaches, and the NFL Films series Hard Knocks and A Football Life.
Don’t have time to watch an entire game? No problem.
They also have lots of condensed games that get right to the heart of each contest by showing all of the best plays and the scoring drives for each team. These games are edited down to just 45 minutes per contest.
How to sign up for NFL League Pass
If you are wondering how to sign up for NFL League Pass it is as simple as a click of a button.
To sign up for the complimentary access to NFL Game Pass, all you need to do is head over to NFL.com/GamePass and create an account. You can also create your account via the NFL app across mobile and connected TV devices.
NFL Game Pass will be offered free of charge until May 31 to fans within the U.S.
So what are you waiting for? You can have all the NFL you want at your fingertips and the best part is that it is totally free!
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