Monday February 1st, 2016

The NFL has added NBC as a broadcast partner for Thursday night games next season, the league announced on Monday. 

The league will also continue its partnership with CBS, which broadcasted seven Thursday night games in 2015. Under the new agreement, both CBS and NBC will broadcast five games. 

The NFL Network will have an exclusive rights to broadcast eight Thursday and Saturday games late in the season. 

The NFL is also in discussions with digital partners about OTT streaming rights and could announce a deal in the near future. 

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Last season, CBS broadcasted Weeks 2 through 8, while the NFL Network handled Weeks 9 through 11 and 13 through 16.

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