NFL 2011 Releases Bundle of New Apps Just in Time for Kickoff

The National Football League has released an official app for Android tablets today, just hours before the season kicks off.  Called NFL ’11, the app is a free download and provides on-demand NFL network news and info, teams new, game details, and more.  We get the sense that this one was rushed out the door as the Android Market description advises that “more features in the coming days and weeks”.  Whatever, better than showing up three weeks into the season!  We’ve already got it downloaded and sitting within arm’s reach.  We’ll need it as we watch the New Orleans Saints take on the Green Bay Packers in the season opener.

Unlike NFL Mobile, this app works for any carrier and does not require any type of paid services. Hit the break for a quick breakdown of the additional Android apps available for NFL fans, and their respective download links.

NFL Game Pass – For fans outside the United States who want to watch live NFL games…on an Android 3.X tablet. Requires a subscription to NFL Game Pass.


NFL Game Pass for Tablets – For fans outside the United States who want to watch live NFL games…on an Android 3.X tablet. Requires a subscription to NFL Game Pass.


NFL ’11 International – Live scoring & play-by-play, Fantasy Football integration, iIn-game big play and quarterly audio highlights, coaches press conference videos, breaking news, latest team and player stats.

[app][/app] Fantasy Football – Manage your Fantasy Football teams , join or create a league, check live fantasy scoring, sit/start and add/drop players, propose and accept trades, read up-to-the minute player news, manage teams in multiple leagues






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  1. Ronnie
    September 09, 12:24 Reply

    I’m not absolutely convinced this app is actually from the NFL.  They used to have a premium app, which I paid for.  Then the app quit working, and I got a notice saying the app needed to be upgraded.  When trying to upgrade, I noticed the premium app was no longer on the market, and I had to download this version.  I called the NFL to see what was up, or to get a refund, and they seemed not to know what I was talking about.  No one I talked to at the NFL knew anything about an app.  Besides, the app isn’t mentioned at all anywhere on their website.  I believe this is a fake.  It’s a good app, but still a fake nonetheless.

  2. Ronnie
    September 09, 12:25 Reply

    Also… When you try to e-mail the address associated with the app, it comes back as undeliverable.

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