The NFL plan to roll out free NFL RedZone over mobile for season ticket holders in an attempt to add value, according to Daniel Kaplan. While it wont make a huge difference for most fans, at least the league are trying to give more to the fans who are often saddled with over-priced tickets in poor seasons, and those willing to make significant financial commitments before the team takes the field. In Carolina this is further exacerbated by the PSL system, where the barrier to entry is even higher and the fees more expensive.
If you haven't had an opportunity to see the Red Zone channel -- it's pretty great. A frenetic, non-stop ride around the NFL it makes a lot of sense on Sundays for fans during down-time, and TV breaks. It's a move that helps meld the home and live experience, where it has often been a better experience to watch on TV as the league adds more accouterments to the home experience.
It remains to be seen what the adoption rate will be, but this will put a significant stress on the stadium WiFi network. I found the network inside Bank of America Stadium to be slow, unresponsive, and fluctuating signal. In 2012 I gave up trying, and relied on my spotty cell service to deliver faster internet.