Fans actually attending some National Football League games next season will be able to access most of the game information that they would get if they were watching the game on TV at home, thanks to a deal signed Monday between Montreal-based Kangaroo Media, DirecTV, and the NFL. Broadcasting & Cable reported Monday on its website that ticket holders attending games at the stadium homes of the Seattle Seahawks, the Houston Texans, the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins will be able to rent hand-held devices that will allow them to watch live statistics, the CBS and Fox pre-game shows, and access information about any game in the NFL currently being played. The device is expected to rent for $24.95 for a single game and $119.95 for season-ticket holders. The devices had been tested last season in Miami and Washington D.C.