The National Football League will offer an expanded selection of content as part of its recently-renewed, multi-year deal with YouTube. While the NFL's channel already offers game highlights, recaps, and clips, the new content selection will include full classic games, plays from in-progress games, and more.
From the NFL:
Additionally, more NFL content, including game highlights uploaded to YouTube while games are in progress, will be available through Google Search. A simple Google search for NFL team will display official NFL video along with related news and information all delivered to the user in one distinct box at the top of the search results. Kickoff time and broadcast information for every NFL game will also be prominently displayed in Google Search.
Three classic games from each of the NFL's 32 teams will be uploaded to YouTube ahead of the start of the 2016 season later this year.
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