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I wasn't the first to come up with this idea; it was my idea (that is, I didn't steal it from someone), but others came up with it independently as well.

FREE FOOTBALL RADIO - A comprehensive listing of all streaming radio affiliates for NFL and college teams. Also see Free Baseball Radio for MLB games.
STREAMING RADIO GUIDE SPORTS - Keeps track of streaming affiliates for both the major networks and local team affiliates.
THE GAME LIVE - The ultimate sports directory, listing all streaming affiliates (whether they work during game time or not) of virtually all major-league pro teams and most colleges. After not updating since 2006, the site has returned for 2009, purging out its minor league listings.
FREESPORTSCASTS.COM - A site much like this one.

The following directories have not been updated since at least the 2005 season; I have them here for reference and most of the links are probably outdated.
LIVE FOOTBALL ON THE NET - Abandoned 12/5/05.
Jared Harrington's FREENFLRADIO - Abandoned after 2004 season.

To see what game is being shown on television in your area, this is the place to look.

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Denver Broncos

2013 Record (including playoffs): 15–3
Lifetime Super Bowl Record: 2–4 (last one: XXXIII)
Flagship station: KOA/KRFX
En español: KMXA/KJMN

Seattle Seahawks

2013 Record (including playoffs): 15–3
Lifetime Super Bowl Record: 0–3 (XL)
Flagship station: KIRO-AM/FM


National TV (U.S.): Fox Sports (watch live)
National TV (Canada): CTV
National Radio (U.S./Canada): Westwood One
Radio nacional en español (U.S.): Univision
National Radio (U.K.): Absolute Radio 90s

Odds: Denver -2 (47)… i.e. Denver 24½, Seattle 23½…
moneyline: Sea +115/Den -135 (apx. chance of winning: Denver 55%/Seattle 45%)
Reckless prediction: Seattle 20, Denver 17

All times U.S. Eastern Time. Please send your feedback and/or corrections to j.myrle[@]fullervision.net. I can't guarantee they'll get up on a timely basis, but I'll do my best.
Conf
Div
Pr
Team
Play-by-play
Color analyst
American Football Conference
E
A
Buffalo Bills
John Murphy Mark Kelso
Miami Dolphins
Jimmy Cefalo Joe Rose
B
New England Patriots
Gil Santos Gino Cappelletti
New York Jets
Bob Wischusen Marty Lyons
N
A
Baltimore Ravens
Gerry Sandusky Rob Burnett
Cincinnati Bengals
Brad Johansen Dave Lapham
B
Cleveland Browns
Jim Donovan Doug Dieken
Pittsburgh Steelers
Bill Hilgrove Tunch Ilkin
S
A
Houston Texans
Mark Vandermeer Andre Ware
Indianapolis Colts
Bob Lamey Will Wolford
B
Jacksonville Jaguars
Brian Sexton Jeff Lageman
Tennessee Titans
Mike Keith Frank Wycheck
W
N
Denver Broncos
Dave Logan
Oakland Raiders
Greg Papa Tom Flores
S
Kansas City Chiefs
Mitch Holthus Len Dawson
San Diego Chargers
Josh Lewin Hank Bauer
National Football Conference
E
A
Dallas Cowboys
Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg
New York Giants
Bob Papa Carl Banks
B
Philadelphia Eagles
Merrill Rease Mike Quick
Washington Redskins
Larry Michael Sonny Jurgensen
N
A
Chicago Bears
Jeff Joniak Tom Thayer
Detroit Lions
Dan Miller Jim Brandstatter
B
Green Bay Packers
Wayne Larrivee Larry McCarren
Minnesota Vikings
Paul Allen Pete Bercich
S
A
Atlanta Falcons
Wes Durham Dave Archer
Carolina Panthers
Mick Mixon Eugene Robinson
B
New Orleans Saints
Jim Henderson Hokie Gajan
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Gene Deckerhoff Dave Moore
W
S
Arizona Cardinals
Dave Pasch Ron Wolfley
San Francisco 49ers
Ted Robinson
Gary Plummer
N
St. Louis Rams
Steve Savard D'Marco Farr
Seattle Seahawks
Steve Raible Warren Moon


International Series
Arlo White BBC Radio 5 Live
Networks

NFL on Westwood One S1
Howard David Dan Reeves
NFL on Westwood One S4
Kevin Kugler Mark Malone
Sunday Night Football
Dave Sims James Lofton
Monday Night Football
Kevin Harlan
Boomer Esiason
Warren Moon
Thursday Night Football
Ian Eagle Randy Cross
Sports USA
Larry Kahn
Dan Fouts
Compass Media S1
Chris Carrino Brian Baldinger
Compass Media S4
Lee "Hacksaw" Hamilton Curtis Conway
Univision MNF
Clemson Smith-Muñiz David Crommett


(FL) indicates foreign language broadcast
KEY:
WESTWOOD ONE HAS SINCE BEEN PURCHASED BY DIAL GLOBAL.
Westwood One is the primary national syndicator of Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, Thanksgiving Day football, Thursday Night Football and Saturday Night Football, as well as the entire NFL Playoffs. They also offer a Sunday doubleheader package. CONTRACT HAS BEEN RENEWED THROUGH 2014.
SUR - Sports USA Radio
CMN- Compass Media Networks (schedule)
NBC/NFLN - NBC and NFL Network are providing video broadcasts of their games through the NFL.com Web site, as of 2008. They are linked here.
CBS/FOX: These feeds are from local television affiliates who carry live video feeds of their newscasts. Unfortunately, because of rights, they don't broadcast 24/7; however, I have several that I have come across listed in case someone actually does.

WONDERING WHERE THE CFL GAMES ARE?
All Canadian Football League games are now carried on ESPN3.
NBC, +CBS+, FOX, ABC+

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Fullervision Enterprises, Unltd. neither owns nor operates the audio and video streams listed on this page. They are operated by renegade radio and television stations that stream NFL games without league permission and thus I cannot guarantee, although I will try my best to maintain, their accuracy. In order for a station's feed to be listed, the station itself must provide the feed to the public. (It is my personal belief that the radio or television station pays the transmission rights fees for the program and thus should have the legal right to transmit said program as they choose.) I neither provide nor endorse "pirate" services that involve some guy piping an over-the-air signal that he does not own into a computer, nor do I provide a way to hack into the subscription FieldPass or GamePass systems already provided by the NFL. Both of these would be illegal.

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