NFL RedZone 2021, Week 9: Live stream, TV, free trial, how to watchWe’ve officially reached the midway point of the 2021 NFL season as NFL RedZone rolls out another smorgasbord of football action Sunday with Week 9 Sunday. In early games, the Falcons face the Saints in a major NFC South matchup while the Bengals and Browns look to make a push in the AFC North. Meanwhile, the Patriots will face old friend Stephon Gilmore when they face the Panthers Sunday. In the late afternoon, attention will be on the Packers vs. Chiefs matchup that will feature Patrick Mahomes, but not Aaron Rodgers after the Green Bay quarterback tested positive for COVID-19. Elsewhere, the Cardinals will try to get back to their winning ways against the 49ers. As always, trying to track down NFL RedZone can be a little bit tricky, as it’s not included with many basic cable packages and is usually an add-on for streaming services. However, some services, like fuboTV, do offer NFL RedZone as part of its free trial, giving viewers plenty of ways to watch for the 2021 season.
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How to watch NFL RedZone (Week 9 | Sunday, Nov. 7)
What time does NFL RedZone start? What channel is the broadcast on?: As always, Sunday’s broadcast will be available via the NFL RedZone channel (More info). The broadcast will start at 1 p.m. EST when the early afternoon games kickoff and end after the last 4 p.m. slot game finishes.
Live stream options: FuboTV – FuboTV is a solid all-around option for those looking to get rid of cable, offering a wide range of channels. It’s also one of the best options for any and all sporting events. The base fuboTV plan costs $59.99 per month, with the Sports Plus with NFL RedZone package running for an extra $10.99 per month.
How to watch for free: FuboTV does offer a free seven-day trial, which includes NFL RedZone.
Sling – Sling is another cable-cutter option and is cheaper at $30 a month for their “Sling Blue” package, which includes NFL Network. However, fans also need to sign up for the “Sports Extra” package to get access to NFL RedZone. However, that package will be available for free for the first month for new customers.
What is NFL RedZone? – RedZone is a special gameday broadcast from NFL Network that is commercial-free and carries viewers through all the games on Sundays. Hosted by either Andrew Siciliano or Scott Hanson (depending on which version of the channel you get), RedZone runs from 1 p.m. EST on Sundays through the final afternoon game, constantly switching between broadcasts to show the most exciting parts of each game — especially when a team has entered the titular red zone.
More NFL coverage via the Associated Press
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — Von Miller spent Monday in a sentimental daze after the Denver Broncos traded him. He went down into the memorabilia-packed basement of his Colorado home and tearfully contemplated his departure from the only NFL team he had ever known.
By the time Miller boarded a plane Tuesday for the West Coast, the pass-rushing star’s eyes were dry — and his vision of the future was increasingly clear.
“I went to sleep 4-4 and woke up 7-1,” Miller said with a grin.
Miller participated in his first workout with the Los Angeles Rams on Wednesday, the blue numerals on his bone-colored No. 40 jersey peeling off because of their hasty adhesion.
Miller is already acquainted with Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey from Pro Bowls and offseason gatherings. He feels his overall comfort level rising by the hour as he embraces the opportunity given to him when the Broncos shipped out the face of their franchise for two high draft picks.
The Rams already were a Super Bowl contender, and this former Super Bowl MVP is eager to make the trip with them.
“I’ve been wearing blue and orange forever, (so) everything just looks weird, but it feels extremely right,” Miller said. “Feels right to be here. Feels like this is the right thing for me. (No.) 40 looks weird, but it feels right. Being here with all these guys, it’s really a dream come true, man. (Denver) definitely did me right by sending me to such a legendary franchise with a legendary team.”
Miller and Donald are two of the greatest pass rushers of their generation, and they’ll team up for at least the rest of this season in a partnership with the potential to reconfigure the NFC race. While the Rams have taken statistical steps back after fielding the league’s best defense last season, sending Miller after quarterbacks alongside Donald and Leonard Floyd adds new dimensions to a unit that already leads the NFL with 25 sacks.
“I feel like it frees us all up,” Miller said. “They’ll try to figure out creative ways to triple-team and double-team, but it can’t possibly be that effective. We’ve got great coaches. We’ve got great guys playing on this team, and we’ll be able to figure it out. … You hear stories of the Fearsome Foursome, you hear stories of this legendary defense, and we want to recreate that. They’ve been playing great defense all year. I just want to add some of the things that I do best.”
Miller is likely to take it easy in practice this week after missing the Broncos’ game last weekend due to an ankle injury. Although he has “some lingering issues,” he intends to play Sunday night against AFC-leading Tennessee (6-2) at SoFi Stadium.
Miller still hasn’t seen the Rams’ palatial new home because he didn’t travel to the Broncos’ game against the Chargers last season while injured.
“I’ve heard stories on how incredible it is, and how the Super Bowl is going to be there this year,” Miller said. “Hopefully that will be us playing there.”