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Chiefs player plans $110M Peacock-only NFL playoff game for fans.  

Disappointed that Chiefs fans without Peacock memberships may be unable to watch Saturday's playoff game against the Dolphins, defensive end Charles Omenihu is working to change that. 

While the 26-year-old cannot renegotiate the league's stated one-year deal for approximately $110 million with NBCUniversal to broadcast the game, he is willing to provide select fans with free subscriptions to the streaming service. 

"All right, Chiefs Kingdom. I see the comments and want you to be able to watch us play...So, I'm giving away 90 three-month Peacock memberships. 

To enter, reply to this tweet with why you should be chosen. "We'll pick winners on Friday!" Omenihu posted on X Tuesday night. 

The offer came two days after the defensive end voiced surprise that Saturday's game would only be broadcast on Peacock, limiting access to those with the service. 

Fans in the participating teams' markets can watch the game on their local NBC affiliate.

"Us playing on Peacock ONLY is insane, I won't lie," Omenihu wrote on X Sunday night.

The NFL has a similar streaming-only agreement with Amazon for "Thursday Night Football," which includes an exception for local areas.


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