After years under a Verizon logo, CBS has taken over the mobile streaming duties for the NFL. (Image credit: John P. Filo/CBS )

CBS now has mobile streaming rights for NFL games, AdAge reports. The broadcast network has long distributed games for television and online, and it now takes over for Verizon, which had been the official mobile home of the NFL since 2010.

From AdAge:

While CBS has been streaming football games to desktop computers, tablets and connected TVs for years, this season will be the first time it will do so through mobile phones.

It joins ESPN and NBC Universal, which in December also announced that they extended their deals with the NFL to include mobile streaming rights of live games.

As part of its deal, CBS also extended its rights to stream all games on its All Access subscription service through the 2022 season.

Official terms of the deal weren't disclosed, but AdAge says it's upwards of $2 billion.