For those hoping the NFL season will look somewhat normal starting in September, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter President Donald Trump offered some hope.
In conference call with major league sports commissioners on Saturday, President Donald Trump said he believes the NFL season should start on time in September, sources familiar with the call told @wojespn and me. More on call coming at https://t.co/rDZaVFhcDQ.
The dates of the NFL schedule have yet to be locked in although league stated they hope to have that formalized no later than May 9. The NFL Draft is still scheduled to be held April 23-25. As currently stands, the Patriots own the toughest schedule with their opponents totaling a combined .537 winning percentage from 2019.