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Fans can watch the Kansas City Chiefs with CBS All Access Sunday. Rakeem Nunez-Roches and the Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Nov. 27, 2016 in Denver. Getty

NFL fans now have a new way to watch games on their computers. The league and CBS have come to an agreement allowing subscribers to CBS All Access to stream NFL games online.

“We are very pleased that our partnership with the NFL has been expanded to include CBS All Access,” Leslie Moonves, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the CBS Corporation, said in a statement. “Adding the most watched programming on television, to the most watched network on television, will be a powerful combination as we continue to grow CBS All Access into the future.”

About one million people subscribe to All Access, CBS’ online video service. A subscription costs $5.99 per month and now includes the ability to watch NFL games broadcast on CBS online.

“CBS has been one of our most trusted and valuable partners for over 50 years, and we’re happy to extend our relationship with them in new and exciting ways,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “Distribution of our games on CBS All Access is a win for the millions of NFL fans across the country, especially those looking to watch our games on these emerging digital platforms.”

Previously, only nationally televised games had been available online without ordering NFL Sunday Ticket. “Thursday Night Football, “Sunday Night Football,” and “Monday Night Football” can be streamed with just a cable subscription.

The new deal begins Sunday, allowing All Access subscribers to stream several games online. The Week 13 contests that will be broadcast on CBS include Kansas City vs. Atlanta, Detroit vs. Jacksonville and Houston vs. Green Bay. Contests between the Dolphins and Ravens, as well as the Bills and Raiders, can be live streamed.

The new agreement includes regular season and playoff games. NFL games aren’t available to be streamed on smartphones with CBS All Access.