In NFL preseason 2013 live stream online, televised and radio broadcast Saturday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is playing an away game against Miami Dolphins at Sunlife Stadium in week 3 of the NFL preseason on August 24 at 7:30 PM EST in Miami Garden, Florida.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) looks to pass against the rush of New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones (95) in the fist half of an NFL preseason football game in Foxborough, Mass. Michael Dwyer, File / AP
NFL Network is offering live streaming access to all 65 preseason games through its Preseason Live. The live streaming is available through a one-time subscription fee of $14.99, which is good through September 15, 2013. With Preseason Live, viewers can watch replays of every game in HD quality video on computer, tablets, smart phones. Subscribers have the option to watch the games in dual or quad view.
Other way to watch the NFL games on your computer, tablet or phone online is through DirectTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. The subscription of $44.99 or $59.99 per month for five months give you access to every out-of-market game, every Sunday, in HD video format. Also, it gives access to real-time stats and scores.
Besides watching the games, NFL fans can listen to every games live through NFL’s Audio Pass. With a subscription fee of $39.99, listeners receive access through July 31, 2014 to all 65 preseason games, 256 regular season games, home or away broadcasts, archived games, Spanish broadcasts, and chats.
If you were unable to watch or listen to the games live, you can access full replays of every past and 2013 NFL game online, including playoffs and Super Bowl archives through NFL’s Game Rewind. This subscription gives you access from your computer, tablets, and mobile devices. The one time subscription fee of $69.99 or 4 payments of $17.99 per month gives subscribers access through July 31, 214.
Preseason game stats do not count towards the regular season, and players, including all-stars, have suffered injuries that ended their season. Last week, Miami’s Dustin Keller ended his season through an injury. However, players, coaches, and veterans consider the preseason as preparation for them to get their bodies and minds in a rhythm for the regular season.
“It is a necessary evil,” says Russ Salzberg, the veteran Ch. 5/9 sportscaster and host of the Giants’ postgame TV show, the New York Daily News reports. “Coaches need preseason games to assess younger talent. At the same time they are holding their breath. It’s every coach’s nightmare to lose anyone to injury, let alone lose a key player in the preseason.”
All the networks broadcasting regular season games; ESPN, CBS, FOX, and NFL Network, all will be showing games this weekend.
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