By Jon WertheimAssociated PressThe National Football League has added more NFL games to its schedule this season, including an NFL game on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The games will be broadcast by NBC Sports Network, ESPN and the NFL Network, according to the league.
The NFL announced that three Sunday Night Football games will now be available on its network, including two on Thursday nights at 8 p.ms. and a third on Sunday, a total of seven games for the 2017 season.
The Monday Night Football and Wednesday Night Football matchups are scheduled for Thursday at 9 p.t.
The NFL Network also announced that it will air all six regular-season Sunday Night games on Sundays at 9:30 p.s. on the network.
The Sunday Night Kickoff will air on the Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m., and the Sunday Night Ticket will air at 9 a.t., the league said.
Sunday’s games will also be available via the NFL.com/live, which allows fans to watch any NFL game live on any device, including smartphones, tablets, computers and televisions.
The game is also available on NFL Mobile, which will stream the game via the company’s mobile app, according.NFL games will again be available in the NFL’s app, with NFL Mobile subscribers getting access to games via the app.
The league said Sunday night games will not be available for NFL Mobile customers who sign up for the NFL Premium package.
The addition of the Sunday night NFL games follows a total 10-game schedule that includes a Sunday night football game against the New Orleans Saints at 2 p.d. on Nov. 15 and a Sunday afternoon game against San Diego at 2:25 p.