NFL releases 2020 schedule

NFL releases 2020 schedule

NFL season set to get underway on September 10 with defending Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Houston Texans.

US.- The National Football League (NFL) in the US has released its 2020 regular-season schedule with officials hoping for no delays between now and the planned kickoff.

NFL officials released the fixtures on Thursday, but with safety guidance for teams to socially distance due to the Covid-19 pandemic that remains a threat to much of the US.

The new NFL season will commence on Thursday, September 10, where defending Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs will host Houston Texans.

New Tampa Bay Buccaneers recruits Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski will begin their season against New Orleans Saints on September 13.

Other professional leagues like the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Major League Baseball (MLB) have yet to announce plans to return to action after postponing their seasons in March.

Earlier this week, the NFL announced that all international fixtures that were set to take place in London and Mexico City have been cancelled due to the pandemic.

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