NEW YORK -- The game between the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs was rescheduled to Friday night to beat Hurricane Wilma's arrival in Florida.
The game will begin at 7 p.m. Friday instead of Sunday afternoon, which is about when Wilma is expected to hit Florida's southwestern coast.
The NFL has lifted blackout restrictions for the game, but it will air only in the teams' primary and secondary markets on CBS affiliates including: KCTV/Kansas City; WIBW/Topeka; WFOR/Miami; WPEC/West Palm; WINK/Ft. Myers.
"We are not extending the telecast to more markets because we want to adhere as closely as possible to the spirit of our longstanding policy not to conflict with high school and college football during their seasons (which means Friday night and Saturday)," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said.
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