The NFL, NFL Network, and Fox Sports have all pulled games from the schedule and replaced them with new games, which are available to stream on demand.
In addition to a number of NFL games, ESPN has scheduled new football games for Sunday and Thursday, and on Tuesday and Thursday nights, Fox Sports will broadcast the NFL’s Monday Night Football, college football, and NBA games.
In all, there are eight different shows scheduled for next week, with three of those scheduled to be the same shows.
Fox Sports has been working to schedule its Sunday and Wednesday football games and the NBA and NHL games the same week.
Fox has also scheduled the MLB games in the same time slot as the NFL games.
The NFL games that have been moved from the slate include Monday Night Countdown, Thursday Night Football and Tuesday Night Football.
On Thursday, the NFL will broadcast its regular-season finale on Fox, and the NFL Network will have its Monday Night Kickoff.
All of these changes are being made in an attempt to save money, according to the network.
“As the league’s primary sports network, we continue to look to the fans for our most compelling programming, and today we’re rolling out a handful of new NFL, MLB and NBA primetime programming to give fans what they want and need,” said Fox Sports President of Programming and Programming, David Madden.
“The NFL, the MLB and the NHL have all been hit hard by the Super Bowl XLIX disaster, and we’re excited to continue to offer our fans a new and more compelling slate of football and basketball content.”
NFL Network has been moving games from their regular season to the fall season, but has been adding games that were scheduled for the fall.
The network has also started airing games in early August, and will be airing a new show called The Football Guys on Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. and 11 p.n. on the NFL schedule.
ESPN is also scheduled to air NFL coverage, and has announced that the NFL has been added to its network.
Fox’s Monday night Football and NBA programming will be on its schedule on Thursday.