NEW YORK (WWJ/AP) – The Super Bowl will be streamed online for the second straight year.

Last season’s game attracted 2.1 million users through the Web. The TV audience was 111.3 million people.

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The simulcast of the CBS coverage will be available on NFL.com and CBSSports.com. It will also include additional camera angles and in-game highlights.

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The league said the Saturday wild-card games and Pro Bowl on NBC would be streamed as well.

The four games will also be available on smartphones to subscribers of NFL Mobile from Verizon.

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