On Thursday night, the 2023 NFL regular season schedule is due to be made available to the public. The only problem is that it might not be ready in time…
While the schedule is “still likely to be done” by Thursday night, Peter King writes in his most recent Football Morning in America column that he was informed over the weekend that “it may not be finished in time.”
The sticking point, per King, are the various primetime specials such as week one kickoff games, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, the Sunday night game on Christmas Eve, and the Monday tripleheader on Christmas Day.
According to King, Commissioner Roger Goodell will meet with the internal scheduling team on Monday afternoon to try to clarify the “tentpole games.”
The fact that we haven’t received the official notice that the announcement is coming is the strongest indication that it might not happen on Thursday night. We’ll be able to predict with certainty when the announcement will be made once we receive the announcement about the announcement because we’ll have had the announcement. Get it?
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Source: Pro Football Talk