ESPN and Watch ESPN are now streaming Bo Jackson’s pre-game media sessions for free via the NFL’s digital network.

Jackson will host live-streaming sessions for NFL Network, NFL Network Mobile and NFL Mobile.

The sessions will begin on Saturday, April 12, and will last until Sunday, April 13.

Jackson has been one of the NFL players most vocal critics of commissioner Roger Goodell, who took over the league in 2016.

During his first press conference after being named the commissioner in March, Jackson said Goodell had taken too much of the blame for the league’s problems.ESPN will stream the Bo Jackson Live Media sessions on the NFL Network and NFL Network mobile devices and on and WatchNFL.

If you’re not already on ESPN’s WatchESPN app, you can sign up for a free trial now.

The NFL and the NFLPA have both confirmed the live-broadcast sessions will be available to WatchESPN subscribers.

The NFLPA is calling for the NFL to have a public platform to discuss players’ grievances about the league.

Jackson has been a vocal critic of Goodell, saying in his new book, The Audacity of Hope, that Goodell “lacked the ability to deal with the most significant issues” in the league during his time in office.