We’re not sure if the NFL is actually watching football anymore.
We’re just guessing.
We’ve heard rumors of NFL teams wanting to have an all-video game experience by 2025.
Some of those reports are based on reports of the NFL having a booth in stadiums in 2018 and 2019.
But, while the NFL does have a booth, it’s not the kind of thing that you’ll see on television or in stores.
The NFL’s new video booth is actually called the NFL Digital Media Platform (NDMP).
The NDMP will be the home of the official NFL app, and will be home to the official video and audio apps for the 2018 season.
The NDMP is not the only platform that the NFL has in place for the NFL apps.
NFL Digital, a division of the league, also has its own app called NFL App.
Both are free to download and use.
However, the NFL NDMP does not have any live streaming features like those found in the NFL App or NFL Live.
It will, however, have live streaming for the 2019 season.
The NDmp will also feature a new player mode that will allow fans to watch games on the NDMP.
The app will feature an exclusive live stream of games and will stream video to users via a Roku Streaming Stick, Apple TV or Windows Mixed Reality devices.
As for the technology behind the NFL video app, it will feature a Roku streamer app, along with the NFL’s app.
It’ll be a cross-platform app, allowing fans to access the app on devices from all four major TV providers: Comcast, Dish, Verizon, and AT&T.NFL Live will also be on the app.
The game streaming app will have a special section that will feature all of the game streaming content from all of those providers.
NFL Live will feature replays, highlight shows, highlights videos, game replays and more.
The NFL will also offer its own video app on the NFL app.
Fans will be able to download that app and play games on a Roku, AppleTV or Windows device.
NFL app fans will be given access to the app through the NFL.com website, as well as through apps that come with the mobile versions of the apps.
Fans will be invited to participate in the app launch party on Thursday, September 15 at 10:00 a.m.
PT, where they’ll be able access the NFL NFL app and NFL Live, the official mobile apps of the leagues.
The launch party will be live streamed on NFL Live’s official YouTube channel.