Get ready to plan out your fall weekends.
The NFL 2020 schedule will be released Thursday night on the NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET. It will be a three-hour show that breaks down the entire schedule game-by-game, division-by-division. Coaches and general managers will also be interviewed from their homes.
While the country is still amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the league says the season is still scheduled to start on time, with Week 1 beginning Thursday, Sept. 10.
With that being said, it's been reported the league does have plans in place to cut the season back to 12 or 14 games if necessary and that will likely be seen in the schedule. It's expected the non-conference games will take place very early in the year and divisional games will be back-loaded.
Other options include pushing the start of the season back and having the Super Bowl closer to March, but all that won't need to be discussed until a later date.
It's also unclear at this point whether or not there will be fans at games.