Vic Beasley receives big-time endorsement deal
DALLAS -- DIRECTV, the satellite TV service owned by AT&T*, will field a first team, All-Pro lineup this season to promote its exclusive NFL SUNDAY TICKET package.
Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Dak Prescott, Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown and Atlanta Falcons' linebacker Vic Beasley will appear in an upcoming ad campaign for the NFL SUNDAY TICKET package. They'll be alongside one of Hollywood's biggest football fans - to be announced soon.
The ads will highlight NFL SUNDAY TICKET as the only way to watch every out-of-market game every Sunday, no matter where you live.1 The spots will debut in the coming weeks.
The new NFL SUNDAY TICKET spokesmen are some of the most talented and engaging players in the NFL.
All 3 were Pro Bowl selections last season. Prescott was the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year. Brown, one of the NFL's elite receivers, is looking for an NFL record fifth 100-catch season. And Beasley led the NFL in sacks with 15.5 last season.
"Dak, Antonio and Vic are all game-changers," said Brad Bentley, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, AT&T Entertainment Group. "They are beloved players. We're excited to have them be part of the NFL SUNDAY TICKET campaign."
"Playing for the Cowboys was truly an honor this past season. But taking part in the NFL SUNDAY TICKET commercials I grew up watching has been surreal," Prescott said. "I'm pumped to become a member of the DIRECTV family."
"I'm extremely proud that my on-the-field accomplishments have blessed me with the opportunity to work with great companies like DIRECTV. It's been a goal of mine since I was drafted into the league to make it into an NFL SUNDAY TICKET commercial. I couldn't be more excited," Brown said.
"Working alongside Antonio and Dak during this commercial shoot has been a humbling experience. I've been a fan of DIRECTV and the NFL SUNDAY TICKET product for a long time," Beasley said.
NFL SUNDAY TICKET is the ultimate tool for any NFL fan and still the only place to watch every minute of every out-of-market game, every Sunday.