Grab these NFL mobile apps for your BlackBerry

NFL Mobile Apps
By Adam Zeis on 12 Sep 2012 04:07 pm EDT

Week one of the NFL season is down with plenty more still to go. If you can't find the time to watch all of your teams games this season, you're best bet is to carry them with you on your BlackBerry. How you might ask? With a mobile app of course! In my NFL apps roundup I noted that the NY Giants mobile app was awesome, and the awesomeness doesn't stop there. All of the NFL teams have a mobile app that you can download FREE from BlackBerry App World. The apps give you schedules, standings, scores, news and much more about your team. No matter if you're a Jets, Broncos, Vikings or Falcons fan - you're good to go. Check out the full list of apps at the link below.

Check out all the NFL mobile apps for your BlackBerry 
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Grab these NFL mobile apps for your BlackBerry


All teams? I don't see one for the Chargers in your link.

ETA: Actually, I only see apps for maybe 1/3 of the NFL teams.

+1 .. don't see Washington either. would love to see support from the NFL'12 mobile app. so far just iOS/Android.

Actually i found the eagles app for the 9900... I'm a happy camper

Bold 9900 - Playbook 32GB - Lumia 800

Oh no... there's no Green Bay Packers app?? I would expect Super Bowl Champs to be amongst the first to get the apps.


Was hoping to download my team but this vendor yinzcam inc. doesnt even have all the teams?! haha whack! Chargers all day every day!

i have the NY Giants app, while i like it, the only way to exit out of the app is to keep hitting the "back" button. they need to have a closed option when hitting the bb button

That picture is probably the only time we will see the Jets first in anything positive (and that's coming from a Jets fan)! LOL

Another App not supported by my device (Curve 9330). Don't understand why this is an ongoing issue. Either it runs on 6.0 or not. The device should not matter.