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Where Will the NFL Sunday Ticket End Up?

Oakland Raiders v Denver Broncos
DENVER – SEPTEMBER 16: A close up of the official NFL ‘The Duke’ game ball complete with commissioner Roger Goodell’s signature as the Denver Broncos defeated the Oakland Raiders 23-20 in overtime during week two NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 16, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

The National Football League season is heading into Week 6, and there’s still no new owner of Sunday Ticket rights.
The Sunday Ticket is the only remaining exclusive broadcast package that hasn’t been renewed until 2030.
Apple has been among the favorites to land the package but existing restrictions around Sunday Ticket have slowed.
Goodell said he plans to choose a new Sunday Ticket home by the end of fall.
The NFL wants a buyer to pay between two and three billion dollars annually.
Where would you like to see the Sunday Ticket land?