Could live NFL games be coming to YouTube? Published: August 21, 2013

How fans watch their NFL games on Sundays could get very interesting in the next few years, according to USA TODAY.

The site reports Google CEO Larry Page met with NFL executives, including commissioner Roger Goodell, on Tuesday, with the league’s Sunday Ticket package among the conversation topics.

All Things D reports Google plus the NFL is an intriguing concept. Google could certainly afford the rights, which currently cost DirecTV $1 billion a year. And while YouTube is the world’s most popular video service, Google has been playing around the edges of TV without making a substantial dent. An NFL deal could certainly change that.

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