What to watch for in Patriots-Cowboys game
The NFL is hosting its fourth All-Star Game on Monday, a game that will feature a crossfit workout and a football game, and the NFL has just announced that it will be livestreaming the game.
The NFL will be playing the Patriots-cowboys game on the field in the NFL’s brand new stadium in New Orleans, according to a statement from the league.
The event is slated to begin at 4 p.m.
ET and will be broadcast on NBCSN, CBS, FOX, NBC and ESPN.
The game will be played at the new stadium, which is located on the outskirts of New Orleans.
The All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski and running back Dion Lewis will be in attendance, according of the NFL.
All-American cornerback Marcus Peters will also be in the crowd.
The game will take place at a new venue for the league, the New Orleans Saints’ Municipal Auditorium.
The new venue will be the venue for a handful of other games and special events, including a Super Bowl LI pregame show featuring a wide variety of NFL stars and other notable athletes.
The Patriots-49ers game will kick off at 8:30 p.mt.
ET on NBC.
The NFL Network will televise the game as part of its “New Orleans Super Bowl XLVII” programming block.