Rogers Sportsnet and the NFL Agree On Three-Year Contract

Posted: 11th September 2009 by Devon Teeple in NFL
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Rogers Sportsnet has come to a three-year agreement with the National Football League, becoming the exclusive Canadian broadcaster of the NFL Network's eight-game schedule this fall. Rogers Sportsnet will open the 2009 NFL campaign with the defending NFC East Champion New York Giants hosting the Washington Redskins at 2 p.m. MDT/1 p.m. PDT on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009 on Sportsnet West, Sportsnet HD, Sportsnet Pacific and Sportsnet Pacific HD. The NFL Network’s regular-season package will include six Thursday night broadcasts, one Saturday night game and one Friday night telecast on Christmas. Doug Beeforth, President of Rogers Sportsnet is very pleased with upcoming NFL agreement. “The eight-game NFL package is a great addition to our fall lineup," he said. “We’re ple ...

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Rogers Sportsnet and the NFL Agree On Three-Year Contract

Posted: 11th September 2009 by Devon Teeple in NFL
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Rogers Sportsnet has come to a three-year agreement with the National Football League, becoming the exclusive Canadian broadcaster of the NFL Network's eight-game schedule this fall. Rogers Sportsnet will open the 2009 NFL campaign with the defending NFC East Champion New York Giants hosting the Washington Redskins at 2 p.m. MDT/1 p.m. PDT on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009 on Sportsnet West, Sportsnet HD, Sportsnet Pacific and Sportsnet Pacific HD. The NFL Network’s regular-season package will include six Thursday night broadcasts, one Saturday night game and one Friday night telecast on Christmas. Doug Beeforth, President of Rogers Sportsnet is very pleased with upcoming NFL agreement. “The eight-game NFL package is a great addition to our fall lineup," he said. “We’re ple ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Devon Teeple

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