The NFL announced today that the league will move to live stream every home game and broadcast every road game this season, as part of its efforts to bring parity to the game.
The new format will be the first in the league to begin in 2017.
The announcement came just a day after the Giants announced a new $50 million stadium plan, which will see the team move to the new Meadowlands Stadium in 2021.
The Giants plan calls for $1 billion in stadium construction, including a new stadium and stadium improvements, as well as a new arena that will house the team’s new training facility.
The Giants are also moving forward with a plan to build a new high-speed train service between the new stadium in 2021 and the city of New Jersey, with the aim of opening the new facility in 2022.
The team is also working on a new facility for the Giants’ youth baseball program, which was built in 2021 but closed last year.
The league is also planning a $100 million, 15-year renovation of Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., which is scheduled to open in 2022, but has not yet been officially announced.