NFL Lets More Cable Systems Show Eagles

Nov 24, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The National Football League is allowing cable systems around the immediate Philadelphia market to carry the broadcast feed of the Philadelphia Eagles-Arizona Cardinals game Thanksgiving night, the Associated Press. The game is being televised by the NFL Network, which has a limited number of subscribers because of disputes with some cable operators. The move to let more cable subscribers see the game followed a letter from Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter thanking NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for allowing a Pittsburgh-Cincinnati game to appear on cable outside Pittsburgh earlier this season. The letter asked that the same arrangement be made for Philadelphia this week.
—Jon Lafayette

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