The NFL is expected to open public betting sites on Monday.
The sites will be a combination of live betting and betting on the field, NFL VP of NFL Public Media Michael Bennett said in a statement.
The teams will use the sites to stream their games, he said.
The NFL also is expected in the next few days to announce a new partnership with sportsbook operator Sportsbook.com.
The deal will allow fans to bet on the games on the sites, and the sites will also provide live video coverage, Bennett said.
NFL teams have been using the sites for a few years, with the league allowing fans to get their games on mobile devices and tablet computers.
A new NFL.com app, powered by Google, is also expected to launch soon.
Sportsbet.com, which is part of a group of NFL public sites, has been offering its service for about two years.
It currently offers more than 30 games on a rotating schedule of five teams, with more than 50 games on ESPN.
The site offers sportsbooks that are part of SportsBet.com Group, which includes SportsBetting.com (a division of FanDuel), FanDavion.com and FanBettingLive.com among others.
SportsBet, which was founded in 2003, is owned by SportsBet Co. and operates on a limited basis.
The sportsbook also sells sportsbooks on its website, but only to NFL players and teams.
The websites will be the first to open and serve live games.
The leagues are also expected in coming weeks to announce their partnership with the sportsbook.