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Jul 20, 2020 · They also discuss the opportunity in front of the Packers with two straight December home games (11:24) and what new return man Tyler Ervin could bring to special teams (14:41). audio #482 Packers
Sep 12, 2015 · NFL Audio Pass is available from NFL.com for $29.99 for the entire season, or $9.99 per month. There is also an option to listen to only your favorite team for $27.99 for the season. One of the great feature of NFL Audio Pass is the ability to listen to either team’s radio broadcast, and in some cases, even a Spanish language feed. Vilma is no stranger to calling games, having offered commentary for college games as well as NFL preseason matchups. But calling the game via video conferencing presented some completely new challenges for the former NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. “It was definitely different because you don't get the energy from your partner,” he said.