The NFL season is almost here! Time to get your game on!
The countdown is on until the 2013 NFL season kicks off and what better way to stay in the loop than right from your BlackBerry? Thankfully there are a bunch of great apps that can keep you in the know all season long no matter what team you support. From live scores to highlight videos to instant alerts - you'll be covered from all angles.
Check out our list of the top NFL apps for your BlackBerry 10 device.
NFL Mobile is the official end all, be all app for football fans. This one packs in breaking news, highlights, scores standings and much more. If you're a Verizon customer you can upgrade to get access to premium RedZone features as well. NFL Mobile even has news alerts so you can stay informed no matter what you're doing. Best of all? Totally free.
While theScore is one of our favorite all-around sports apps, it comes in handy during the NFL season as well. We love the customizable push alerts for games and teams that alert for news, scores, touchdowns, game start and much more. You can add your favorite teams to keep tabs on all the happenings and check out standings, scores, player reports and much more.
This is another go-to sports app for BlackBerry. With legendary CBS coverage you can follow your team all the way through the season. CBS Sports brings news, standings, scores and game recaps all in one place. The app has a great design and runs buttery smooth so you can find what you need in an instant.
While this one won't give you scores or stats, it does ensure you never miss a game. You can view your teams full schedule for the 2013 season and even export it to your calendar. The truly hardcore will want to take advantage of the ability to set reminders for games to never miss a beat.
The ESPN ScoreCenter app isn't the most feature-packed of all the sports apps, but it still gets the job done. ESPN is known for their sports coverage and the app has plenty of it. You can follow your favorite teams and get personalized scores, video highlights, breaking news and even follow live games. Parts of the app are a bit rough around the edges but it's free, so if you're an ESPN fan this one does a decent job.