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Fox will reportedly be a new home for Thursday Night Football next year, taking over from two seasons of split custody by NBC and CBS. Bloomberg initially reported that the network was close to a deal, and John Ourand of Sports Business Journal followed up:

As Ourand notes, the digital streaming rights for Thursday nights—which were held by a certain Seattle-based company last year—are still up for grabs. Fox has reportedly offered to pay more than the $45 million per game paid by CBS and NBC.


Thursday night games, regardless of network, look to remain generally bad.