Free Verizon Droid, BlackBerry and Smartphone Apps: NFL Mobile

is offering a new NFL Mobile app that gives fans information about their favorite
teams, players and games.

The NFL Mobile app gives the
latest news and information, including in-depth profiles of current
players and draft prospects, team updates, mock drafts, expert analysis
and more.  The new app also lets fans watch NFL Network, including live
coverage of the 2010 NFL Draft, which will be held at New York's Radio
City Music Hall from Thursday, April 22 to
Saturday, April 24.  

NFL Mobile provides
Verizon Wireless customers access to live radio broadcasts of every
regular season and playoff game; postgame highlights; and ringtones,
graphics and alerts for each team.

At launch, NFL Mobile
will be available on 13 3G Smartphones and 3G Multimedia Phones,
including DROID by Motorola, Motorola DEVOUR, DROID ERIS by HTC,
BlackBerry Curve 8530, BlackBerry Curve 8330, BlackBerry Storm2,
BlackBerry Storm, BlackBerry Tour,  BlackBerry 8830 World Edition, LG
Chocolate Touch, LG enV TOUCH, LG VX8360 and Samsung Rogue.  

NFL Mobile is a free
app covering the 2010 NFL season, with no subscription or monthly
charges if customers download it by Dec. 31, 2010.
 For customers without an unlimited data plan, data or megabyte charges
may apply when downloading or using the application.

Mobile on Verizon
Wireless will add new features later this year, including content from
NFL training camps, preseason games and games throughout the 2010 NFL
season.  The new app also will offer live streaming of NBC's Sunday
Night Football and NFL Network's Thursday Night Football.  In addition,
fans will have access to fantasy information, news, and player and team
statistics, as well as receive NFL Network, which airs seven days a
week, 24 hours a day on a year-round basis and is the only network fully
dedicated to the NFL and the sport of football.  

Also later this year,
NFL RedZone, the wildly popular channel from NFL Network, which airs
live or near-live look-ins of every key play and touchdown from Sunday
afternoon games, is coming to mobile for the first time.