The Sunday Ticket package costs roughly $280 per season. According to their support site, no cancellations are allowed once the regular football season starts.
Subscribers who wish to cancel their NFL Sunday Ticket package may do so if they cite the players' protest as the reason, DirecTV customer service representatives told The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday. Although, a spokesman for AT&T - which owns DirecTV - would neither confirm or deny, per Rovell.
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It is cracking down on organizers by threatening them with prosecution. This has sparked protests in Barcelona and other cities.
"I honestly didn't think I'd get a refund", Hoffman said.
According to Fox Business, Sunday Ticket earns $1.5 billion in licensing revenue for the National Football League and draws a large number of customers to DirecTV.
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AT&T, DirecTV's parent company, did not respond to messages left by USA TODAY Sports on Tuesday.
The league responded with some teams standing with arms locked, while some teams stayed in the locker room during the anthem. He has called on people to walk out of stadiums when players are kneeling, and has continued to express his displeasure over the protests. The agent noted that typically once the season starts on September 10th, customers aren't able to cancel the package, "but due to the protest, they have extended the grace period". While Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was not among them, he took part in a demonstration before the nationally televised Monday night game.
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Sessions decried the actions of protesters, whom he referenced as part of an increasing "cottage industry" against free speech. Sessions criticized universities that have formal conduct policies that he said stifle free speech.