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NEW YORK (AP) — The Super Bowl will be streamed online for the second straight year.

Last season's game attracted 2.1 million users through the Web. The TV audience was 111.3 million people.

The simulcast of the CBS coverage will be available on NFL.com and CBSSports.com. It will also include additional camera angles and in-game highlights.

The league said Wednesday that the Saturday wild-card games and Pro Bowl on NBC would be streamed as well.

The four games will also be available on smartphones to subscribers of NFL Mobile from Verizon.

 

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