As we continue into unusual times needing to stay at home for the foreseeable future, both the NFL and Patriots have provided some free football content to pass the time.
Last week, the NFL opened up “NFL Game Pass” for everyone to use free of charge until May 31 in the United States, and until July 31 to fans outside the U.S. and Canada.
With Game Pass, fans can access full regular and postseason games, NFL Films documentaries like Hard Knocks and A Football Life dating back to 2009.
Typically, Game Pass is available at a cost of $99.99 for non-media members each year.
To sign up for the complimentary access, fans can create an account at NFL.com/GamePass or download the NFL app via their mobile device or Smart television.
The entertainment doesn’t stop there.
The New England Patriots also announced they have made all six “Three Games To Glory” documentaries available for streaming on the team website and YouTube.
Starting with Super Bowl XXXVI, “Three Games To Glory” has chronicled each run to the six championships covering each playoff game.
Additionally, fans will also find the games on the Patriots channel on the NFL’s connected TV app, available on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, PS4, Amazon FireTV and androidtv.
So there you have it, take a seat, and watch some football.
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