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Start time, how to watch and stream ‘Monday Night Football’

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts will make his Monday Night Football debut tonight on ESPN, when the Birds take on the Dallas Cowboys under the lights at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

In the booth will be play-by-play announcer Steve Levy, whom most sports fans probably know from his years as a SportsCenter anchor (and his famed “bulging disc” blooper from 1995). Alongside Levy in ESPN’s three-person booth will be former Eagles executive and scout Louis Riddick and former NFL quarterback Brian Griese. Reporting from the sidelines will be King of Prussia native Lisa Salters.

Last year, the ESPN crew called the Eagles’ Week 12 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, which featured Carson Wentz’s last touchdown pass as a member of the Birds. This time around they’ll get Hurts, who has impressed Griese despite the fact he’ll only be making his seventh NFL start.

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How to watch, live stream, TV info, rules, finalists

Eleven students will compete in the 93rd annual Scripps National Spelling Bee in Orlando, Florida, to take home the coveted Scripps Cup Thursday night. The competition has been a feat of orthographic endurance for decades, giving each student a chance at thousands of dollars in prize money.

Last year’s competition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the first time the spelling bee was canceled since 1945.

This year, each stage of the Spelling Bee was held remotely but the finalists will convene at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney Resort. The winner, one of more than 200 students who first entered the competition, will win $50,000.

First Lady Jill Biden will attend this year’s finals. Kevin Negandhi, a co-anchor on the 6 P.M. ET SportsCenter, will host the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Negandhi previously hosted the event in 2016 and 2017. Paul

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How to watch, listen to, and stream the 2021 NFL draft

The preamble and speculation is nearly at an end — the 2021 NFL draft gets underway at 8:00 p.m. EST on Thursday night, and here’s how you can watch and stream all the festivities.

Of course, you’ll want to keep it on Touchdown Wire through the entire draft, as Doug Farrar and Mark Schofield will be providing live analysis of the entire first round on Thursday night, comprehensive wrap-ups of all the happenings on Days 2 and 3, and the final grades when it’s all done on Saturday evening. In addition, check out what Luke Easterling, Laurie Fitzpatrick, and our friends over at Draft Wire are doing.

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For the 15th year, NFL Network provides live on-location coverage of the NFL Draft. NFL Network’s coverage of the 2021 NFL Draft from Cleveland kicks off Thursday, April 29 at 8:00 PM ET with first round coverage

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How to Stream NFL Games Without Cable

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Now that the NFL season has kicked off, sports-hungry fans who’ve decided to cut the cable cord may be wondering how they can catch all the onscreen action.

Fortunately, there are more options than ever for streaming National Football League games to your TV, laptop, or phone. 

With the right streaming services, you can watch Sunday afternoon games on CBS and Fox, Sunday Night Football on NBC, Monday Night Football on ESPN, and Thursday Night Football, which this year is spread out across Fox, Amazon Prime/Twitch, and the NFL Network.

And let’s not forget Thanksgiving Day games, Saturday games scheduled for later in the season, and the playoffs leading up to Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Fla.

You might not have to do much to watch these games. If you’re using a cable-replacement streaming service

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