The NFL has long been criticized for allowing its games to be streamed on mobile devices and the popularity of the game has increased.
But the NFL and other sports leagues are looking to address this problem with a new website, seo.com, that lets users track their own scores and other information.
Now, the NFL is launching its own app, seodraft, which it hopes will offer more insight into how your score was recorded.
This will be an important development for the league and its fans, because seo was born in part out of frustration with the slow pace of the NFL’s digital streaming service.
“It’s not going to be that long, we’re trying to take a different approach,” said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
“We’re looking at a different model, where it’s more of an ongoing process and where we can be more transparent about where we are, what we’re doing, and how we’re working.”
“We need to do a better job of making sure we’re not compromising on the quality of our games and our digital offerings,” Goodell said.
The NFL and its digital partners are not the only ones looking to improve the way it handles its games.
On Wednesday, the NBA announced that it would launch a new mobile app for its games, the League Pass.
The league said it will work with partners to develop a new app that will allow fans to get more out of their favorite teams, and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said it is important for the NBA to make sure that its fans have the most up-to-date information.
“I think this is going to provide more transparency to our fans,” Silver said.
“I think the league’s goal is to have our fans be more engaged in our games.”