The NFL is offering a unique binge-watching opportunity for fans huddled at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The RedZone network will replay coverage of all 17 Sundays from the 2019 season, the league announced Friday.
The game action will be broadcast from April 6-22, with a new week featured each day, and will run three times daily -- at 8 am, 3 pm, and 10 pm ET. The run begins with Week 1 on April 6.
In addition, the league said it is offering complimentary access to its NFL Game Pass, allowing fans to watch all full games, condensed 45-minute games, and premium shows like Hard Knocks that aired from 2009-19.
The marathon is apparently intended to serve as a walk-up to the annual NFL Draft, which as of Friday was still scheduled to go ahead as planned for April 23-25.