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The NFL knows full well that quarantined sports fans still want their fix of football. It’s been somewhat hard to come by. Sports in general have come to a halt during the growing COVID-19 pandemic spreading across the United States.

The league is now doing something about it. The NFL announced that its RedZone channel will air all 17 weeks of the 2019 NFL season on consecutive days, starting April 6.

As always, it will be hosted by the legendary Scott Hanson. He continues to do an amazing job keeping us caught up on the biggest highlights from every early-afternoon and late-afternoon game.

The RedZone itself has morphed from having a cult following to being one of the most-important aspects of Sunday football around the NFL.

This should be an absolute blast as sports fans attempt to get their minds off the grim reality of the pandemic plaguing the world right now.

Vincent Frank
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