Plaintiffs plan to argue Friday that a federal appeals court should revive their antitrust claims against the National Football League Inc. over its “Sunday Ticket” subscription package.

The package offers football fans an opportunity to view games outside their local broadcast area by signing up to DIRECTV at a cost of $2,314 to $120,000 a year. But plaintiffs in a consolidated class action brought in multidistrict litigation alleged that the arrangement restricts competition in violation of federal antitrust law.

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