NFL fans will be able to watch the first two weeks of preseason games live for free via CBS Sports Live Extra, but the live stream of the regular season games will also be available through the NFL app and NFL.com.
The NFL is also offering fans the chance to watch all preseason games for free through the live feed, but fans are also encouraged to use the NFL.tv app, available for iOS and Android devices.
Live streaming games are currently limited to the following NFL clubs and teams:The Philadelphia Eagles (3-1) host the New Orleans Saints (2-1), who host the Washington Redskins (2 -1), the Houston Texans (2.5-1, 1-0) and the Carolina Panthers (2 1/2, 0-0).
The Los Angeles Rams (1-2) host both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2) and Denver Broncos (2, 2-0), and the Kansas City Chiefs (1 -1) face the Oakland Raiders (1, 2, 0).
The New York Giants (3) and Washington (4) will play in Indianapolis, while the Tampa Lions (4-0, 2nd in the NFC) will host the Cincinnati Bengals (2nd in AFC North), the Pittsburgh Steelers (3), the New York Jets (2), the Cleveland Browns (1), and New Orleans (1).
The Dallas Cowboys (4), who lost at Seattle, face the Tennessee Titans (1) and Miami Dolphins (2).
The Oakland Raiders are coming off a victory over the San Diego Chargers (1.5, 0.5), while the Tennessee Jaguars (0.5) will welcome the Indianapolis Colts (2)-0 at the Meadowlands.
The Carolina Panthers will host Seattle at the Charlotte Coliseum, while Minnesota Vikings (1)-0 and the Indianapolis Saints (1 1/4, 0) will face each other at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The New England Patriots (3)-1 and the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-) face each of the other teams in Week 1, while San Francisco 49ers (0-3) hosts Arizona Cardinals (1-.5, 1.5)-1 at Levi’s Stadium.
The Miami Dolphins will host Washington (1.-2) at their home stadium at Candlestick Park, while Cleveland Browns play at home against the Pittsburgh Pirates (0.-2, 1)-0 in Week 2.
The Kansas City Royals (0) will visit the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3.