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NFL agrees new rights deals in Mexico, report says

Mexican NFL American football fans will be able to watch three extra games per week from the league after a new broadcast deal was concluded, according to the CNN Expansion news website.

Under the deal, Mexican media group Televisa will broadcast two games on Sundays and commercial broadcaster TV Azteca will show one match.

Fox Sports will broadcast four games on Sundays, while ESPN Latin America will continue to offer the Sunday and Monday Night Football programmes.

Terms of the new deal have not been disclosed.

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