You Can Now Stream Every Local NFL on CBS Game with CBS All Access

Deal Extends Streaming Rights to Mobile Devices and vMVPDs

The NFL and CBS announced that they have extended their agreement to stream all NFL on CBS games on CBS All Access through the 2022 season.

This includes regular season, playoff games, and even Super Bowl LIII. As a subscriber, you will receive the NFL on CBS game that is broadcast in your local market.

If you want to subscribe to out-of-market games, you will need to subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket.

You Can Now Stream on Mobile Devices

As part of the extension, for the first time subscribers will be able to stream NFL on CBS games from their smartphones — which had previously been blocked due to Verizon’s exclusive mobile streaming rights.

You will be able to stream on the following devices:

  • Mobile Phones & Tablets (iOS & Android)
  • Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, and Fire TV
  • Playstation 4 & Xbox One
  • Samsung Smart TV

Streaming Service Subscribers Can Also Stream Games

The deal also includes access to your local NFL ON CBS games using your TV Everywhere credentials from your Live TV Streaming Service.

How to Stream NFL Games without Cable

To learn more about streaming NFL Games even after cutting the cord, read our full guide on How to Stream NFL Games Live without Cable.

To learn more about CBS All Access, read our full review.