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NFL Game Pass Is Free Until May 31

Here is how you can watch all past NFL action for free until May 31

As a member of the Detroit media covering the Lions, NFL Game Pass is highly beneficial to replay games, to scout opponents and to effectively analyze the performance of each player on the Lions' roster.

Typically, Game Pass is available at a cost of $99.99 for non-media members. 

Now, if you are a fan of sports and are seeking an alternative to LIVE sporting events, the NFL is offering free access to watch old games via NFL Game Pass.

The online streaming service will be free of charge until May 31 for fans within the United States.

To sign up for complimentary access, fans can create an account at NFL.com/GamePass or download the NFL app via their mobile device or Smart television. 

Here are some of the benefits of NFL Game Pass: 

NFL shows

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  • Previous seasons of NFL original programming including A Football Life, Mic'd Up, Hard Knocks

Game replays

  • With Game Pass, fans can replay NFL games from 2009-2019.
  • Replay preseason NFL action, NFL playoffs, previous Super Bowl
  • Condensed 45-minute versions of NFL games
  • Access to "All-22" and "High Endzone" footage with Coaches Film.

Game Pass film sessions

  • Brian Baldinger and Ron Jaworksi break down techniques, highlight-reel plays with NFL coaches and players.

According to NFL.com,

"Also starting today, NFL digital platforms will offer fans full game encores each day across NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL's official YouTube channel. These encores will feature signature wins from all 32 teams starting with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs leading a stunning 4th quarter comeback over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. Featured games will be made available for viewing by Noon ET each day."