The National Football League is playing defense against several class actions alleging antitrust violations over its Sunday Ticket package, which allows fans to watch games broadcast outside their local television market.

At least eight suits, all filed within the past two months, allege that individual and commercial subscribers of the package, like restaurants and sports bars, have overpaid for out-of-market games in violation of the U.S. Sherman Antitrust Act.

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