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Day 3 of NFL draft to be unique! Teams will announce picks from various locations & acknowledge key individuals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

4/25/17

 

From military bases to state landmarks and attractions to even outer space, NFL teams will announce their Day 3 selections for Rounds 4 to 6 of the NFL Draft from special locations of their choosing and recognize individuals who have made a significant impact.

 

Beginning on Saturday, April 29 at 12:00 PM ET, Day 3 pick announcements will feature current NFL players and legends, military personnel, actors, singers, and other special guests. New this year, Round 6 will be youth football-themed, and youth football players from Pop Warner, NFL FLAG, and local teams will represent various NFL clubs in their individual markets during pick selections.
Here is a sampling of special team announcements during Day 3 of the NFL Draft:

 

  • Arizona Cardinals – Ten season ticket members will join cheerleaders and Big Red, the team’s mascot, to announce picks from the GRAND CANYON.
  • Chicago Bears – Bears running back JORDAN HOWARD and military personnel will make selections from the team’s headquarters at HALAS HALL.
  • Cleveland Browns – Former Browns player JOSH CRIBBS and season ticket members, along with alumni, will announce picks from CEDAR POINT AMUSEMENT PARK.
  • Denver Broncos – Military members and NFL legends will make selections from PIÑON CANYON MANEUVER SITE.
  • Houston Texans – Astronauts at the INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AND SPACE CENTER will announce picks for the first time from outer space.
  • Indianapolis Colts – Colts defensive end KENDALL LANGFORD will make picks from the INDIANAPOLIS ZOO, along with staff personnel.
  • Jacksonville Jaguars – Picks will be announced from LONDON and JACKSONVILLE.
  • Kansas City Chiefs – Service members will make picks from the WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE.
  • New York Jets – Children of fallen EMT Yadira Arroyo will announce Day 3 selections from EMT HOUSE 26.
  • Philadelphia Eagles –  Actor MORRIS CHESTNUT and CNBC’s JIM CRAMER will make picks from the NFL DRAFT THEATER.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – Actor MILO VENTIMIGLIA, Actress MANDY MOORE, current players, and members of a local youth football team will announce selections from HEINZ FIELD.
  • San Francisco 49ers – Country music singer JON PARDI will make picks from LEVI’S STADIUM.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers – General JOSEPH VOTEL, Commander of the United States Central Command, will announce selections from the team’s headquarters at ONE BUCANNEERS PLACE.
  • Washington Redskins – Actor MICHAEL EALY will make picks with fans from FEDEX FIELD.

Special team announcements for Day 3 will be broadcast in Philadelphia throughout the NFL Draft Experience presented by Dannon® Oikos® Triple Zero, the league’s largest free football festival taking place along Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

 

Fans may also view Day 3 pick announcements on NFL Draft live platforms – such as NFL.com, the NFL Mobile from Verizon app (NFL.com/mobile), NFL Now, the NFL app on Xbox One and Windows 10, and Yahoo! Sports – as well as on ESPN. NFL Network will also feature select picks live on NFL Network Draft programming.

 

Fans can watch NFL Network digitally through Watch NFL Network on tablets, PCs and various connected TV devices (NFL.com/watch), with participating television providers. Select teams will also live stream local pick announcements on their websites and social media. Get full audio coverage of the 2017 NFL Draft live with Westwood One, TuneIn, and SiriusXM NFL Radio.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Kamran Mumtaz, NFL; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

NFL 2017 Draft Notes: 82nd Annual in Philadelphia, April 27-29

82nd NFL DRAFT

PHILADELPHIA, PA

APRIL 27-29, 2017

DATE START ROUNDS SELECTION TIME
Thursday, April 27 8:00 PM ET Round 1 10 Minutes  
         
Friday, April 28 7:00 PM ET Round 2 7 Minutes  
    Round 3 5 Minutes  
         
Saturday, April 29 12:00 PM ET Rounds 4-6 5 Minutes  
    Round 7 4 Minutes  

– NFL DRAFT –

PROSPECTS IN PHILLY: Twenty-two prospects and 14 college head coaches will attend the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia.

Louisiana State leads all colleges with three players in attendance, while the Pac-12 leads all conferences with seven prospects confirmed to attend the event.

The players confirmed to attend this year’s NFL Draft:

1) Jamal Adams S Louisiana State   12) Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio State
2) Jonathan Allen DT Alabama   13) Malik McDowell DT Michigan State
3) Chidobe Awuzie CB Colorado   14) Takkarist McKinley LB UCLA
4) Derek Barnett DE Tennessee   15) Ryan Ramczyk T Wisconsin
5) Garett Bolles T Utah   16) Haason Reddick LB Temple
6) Gareon Conley CB Ohio State   17) Cam Robinson T Alabama
7) Corey Davis WR Western Michigan   18) John Ross WR Washington
8) Leonard Fournette RB Louisiana State   19) Solomon Thomas DE Stanford
9) Adoree’ Jackson CB Southern California   20) Mitchell Trubisky QB North Carolina
10) Kevin King CB Washington   21) Deshaun Watson QB Clemson
11) DeShone Kizer QB Notre Dame   22) Tre’Davious White CB Louisiana State

 

The college head coaches confirmed to attend this year’s NFL Draft:

1) Larry Fedora North Carolina   8) Ed Orgeron Louisiana State
2) P.J. Fleck Minnesota   9) Chris Petersen Washington
3) Butch Jones Tennessee   10) Matt Rhule Baylor
4) Brian Kelly Notre Dame   11) Nick Saban Alabama
5) Mike MacIntyre Colorado   12) David Shaw Stanford
6) Urban Meyer Ohio State   13) Dabo Swinney Clemson
7) Jim Mora UCLA   14) Kyle Whittingham Utah

 

– NFL DRAFT –

ROLL TIDE: Several players from Alabama have the chance to hear their names in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, including DT JONATHAN ALLEN, LB REUBEN FOSTER, TE O.J. HOWARD and T CAM ROBINSON.

If Alabama has a player selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Crimson Tide will tie Florida (1983-91) for the second-longest consecutive streak of players drafted in the first round since the advent of the common draft in 1967. Alabama currently has eight consecutive drafts with at least one first-round pick.

Miami (1995-2008) holds the longest streak with 14 consecutive drafts having at least one player selected in the first round.

The longest streak of consecutive seasons with a first-round pick (since 1967):

YEARS SCHOOL CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH A FIRST-ROUND PICK
1995-2008 Miami 14
1983-1991 Florida 9
2009-2016 Alabama 8*
1997-2003 Florida 7
1991-1997 Ohio State 7
1983-1989 Pittsburgh 7
*Active streak











– NFL DRAFT –

BOUNTIFUL BUCKEYES: Three Ohio State players are projected to have their names called in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft – S MALIK HOOKER, CB MARSHON LATTIMORE and CB GAREON CONLEY. In 2016, the Buckeyes had a draft-high five players selected in the first round.

If all three players are selected in the first round, Ohio State would tie Alabama (2011-12) for the fourth-most first-round picks over any two-year span since 1967. Miami is the only school with more first-round choices over any two-year span, with nine players selected from both 2001-02 and 2002-03 and 10 players drafted from 2003-04.

The schools with the most first-round picks over any two-year span (since 1967):

YEARS SCHOOL FIRST-ROUND PICKS OVER TWO-YEAR SPAN
2003-04 Miami 10
2002-03 Miami 9
2001-02 Miami 9
2011-12 Alabama 8

 





– NFL DRAFT –

STAR-STUDDED STOPPERS: Texas A&M DE MYLES GARRETT, Stanford DE SOLOMON THOMAS and Alabama DT JONATHAN ALLEN are projected to be taken early in the first round of the NFL Draft.

If two defensive linemen are selected with the first and second picks, it would mark the third time in the common draft era that a pair of defensive linemen were taken first and second overall.

The defensive linemen taken first and second overall in the same draft since 1967:

YEAR NO. 1 PICK SCHOOL TEAM NO. 2 PICK SCHOOL TEAM
1976 Lee Roy Selmon Oklahoma Tampa Bay Steve Niehaus Notre Dame Seattle
1972 Walt Patulski Notre Dame Buffalo Sherman White California Cincinnati

Garrett would be the first player from Texas A&M selected with the first overall pick and the sixth Aggie to be selected in the top 10 since 2011.

The Texas A&M players selected in the top 10 since 2011:

YEAR NAME POSITION NO. CHOSEN TEAM
2014 Jake Matthews T 6 Atlanta
2014 Mike Evans WR 7 Tampa Bay
2013 Luke Joeckel T 2 Jacksonville
2012 Ryan Tannehill QB 8 Miami
2011 Von Miller LB 2 Denver

Thomas would become the fourth player in Stanford history and the first non-quarterback to be selected in the top five of the NFL Draft.

The Stanford players selected in the top five of the NFL Draft since 1967:

YEAR NAME POSITION NO. CHOSEN TEAM
2012 Andrew Luck QB 1 Indianapolis
1983 John Elway QB 1 Baltimore Colts
1971 Jim Plunkett QB 1 New England

 

– NFL DRAFT –

FIRST TIME QBs: North Carolina QB MITCHELL TRUBISKY and Texas Tech QB PATRICK MAHOMES would each be the first quarterback from their respective schools selected in the first round.

Trubisky would join T.J. YATES (2011, fifth round) and RONALD CURRY (2002, seventh round) as the only Tar Heels’ signal callers to be selected in the NFL Draft.

If selected in the first round, Mahomes would be the fourth Texas Tech player and the first Red Raider quarterback selected in the first round since 1967.

The players from Texas Tech selected in the first round of the draft since 1967:

YEAR PLAYER POSITION NO. CHOSEN TEAM
2009 Michael Crabtree WR 10 San Francisco
1983 Gabe Rivera NT 21 Pittsburgh
1981 Ted Watts DB 21 Oakland

– NFL DRAFT –

THE CHAMP IS HERE: Clemson QB DESHAUN WATSON was named the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game Most Valuable Offensive Player after passing for 420 yards with three touchdowns and rushing for a score in the Tigers’ 35-31 victory over Alabama.

If selected in the first round, Watson would become the eighth quarterback since 1967 to start and win a national championship and be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft, and the fifth quarterback to accomplish the feat in the same year.

The quarterbacks to start and win a national championship and be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft since 1967:

PLAYER TEAM YEAR SELECTED (NO. CHOSEN) SCHOOL NATL. CHAMP. SEASON
Jameis Winston Tampa Bay 2015 (1st) Florida State 2013
Cam Newton Carolina 2011 (1st) Auburn 2010
Tim Tebow Denver 2010 (25th) Florida 2008
Vince Young Tennessee 2006 (3rd) Texas 2005
Matt Leinart Arizona 2006 (10th) Southern California 2004
Todd Blackledge Kansas City 1983 (7th) Penn State 1982
Jerry Tagge Green Bay 1972 (11th) Nebraska 1971

– NFL DRAFT –

THAT’S TIGHT: Alabama TE O.J. HOWARD and Miami TE DAVID NJOKU hope to hear their names called in the first round of the Draft. If both players are selected in the top 20, it would mark the fifth time since 1967 that two tight ends have been chosen in the first 20 selections of the first round of the NFL Draft.

The pairs of tight ends drafted in the top 20 of the NFL Draft since 1967:

YEAR PLAYER SCHOOL NO. CHOSEN TEAM
1992 Derek Brown Notre Dame 14 New York Giants
  Johnny Mitchell Nebraska 15 New York Jets
1974 J.V. Cain Colorado 7 St. Louis Cardinals
  Reuben Gant Oklahoma State 18 Buffalo
1973 Charle Young Southern California 6 Philadelphia
  Paul Seymour Michigan 7 Buffalo
  Billy Joe DuPree Michigan State 20 Dallas
1972 Riley Odoms Houston 5 Denver
  Jerome Barkum Jackson State 9 New York Jets

 

– NFL DRAFT –

SAFETY GUARANTEED: Louisiana State S JAMAL ADAMS and Ohio State S MALIK HOOKER may both hear their names called at the top of the first round. Since 1980, there have been five safeties selected in the top five. The most recent top-five selection at the safety position was ERIC BERRY, who was taken by the Kansas City Chiefs with the fifth overall choice in 2010.

The safeties selected in the top five of the NFL Draft since 1980:​

YEAR PLAYER TEAM SCHOOL OVERALL SELECTION
2010 Eric Berry Kansas City Tennessee 5  
2004 Sean Taylor Washington Miami 5  
1991 Eric Turner Cleveland UCLA 2  
1988 Bennie Blades Detroit Miami 3  
1981 Kenny Easley Seattle UCLA 4  

 

– NFL DRAFT –

​BROTHERLY LOVE: Wisconsin LB T.J. WATT, the brother of Texans’ DE J.J. WATT and Chargers’ FB DEREK WATT, hopes to hear his name called in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

If selected in the first round, T.J. would join J.J. – the 11th overall selection in 2011 – as the eighth pair of brothers since 1990 to be selected in the first round of their respective NFL Drafts.

The pairs of brothers selected in the first round of the NFL Draft since 1990:

FAMILY NAME PLAYER TEAM (DRAFT YEAR) PLAYER TEAM (DRAFT YEAR)
Davis Vontae* Miami (2009) Vernon* San Francisco (2006)
Long Kyle* Chicago (2013) Chris* St. Louis (2008)
Manning Eli* San Diego (2004) Peyton Indianapolis (1998)
McDougle Jerome Philadelphia (2003) Stockar Detroit (2000)
Pouncey Mike* Miami (2011) Maurkice* Pittsburgh (2010)
Thomas Robert St. Louis (2002) Stan Chicago (1991)
Trufant Desmond* Atlanta (2013) Marcus Seattle (2003)
*Active        

– NFL DRAFT –

ALL IN THE FAMILY: Louisiana State S JAMAL ADAMS, son of former first-round pick GEORGE ADAMS (1985, New York Giants), is projected to be taken in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

If Adams is selected in the first round, they would become the eighth father-son combination to be drafted in the first round in the common draft era.

The father-son first-round draft picks since 1967:

FAMILY NAME FATHER TEAM (DRAFT YEAR) SON TEAM (DRAFT YEAR)
Heyward Craig New Orleans (1988) Cameron* Pittsburgh (2011)
Ingram Mark New York Giants (1987) Mark* New Orleans (2011)
Manning Archie New Orleans (1971) Peyton Indianapolis (1998)
      Eli* San Diego (2004)
Matthews Clay, Jr. Cleveland (1978) Clay* Green Bay (2009)
Matthews Bruce Houston Oilers (1983) Jake* Atlanta (2014)
Winslow Kellen San Diego (1979) Kellen, Jr. Cleveland (2004)
*Active        

– NFL DRAFT –

TIGER AT THE TOP: Louisiana State RB LEONARD FOURNETTE aims to be the first running back selected in the 2017 NFL Draft. If taken in the first round, Fournette would become the fourth LSU running back to be selected in the opening round since 1967.

The LSU running backs selected in the first round of the draft since 1967:

YEAR PLAYER NO. CHOSEN TEAM
2006 Joseph Addai 30 Indianapolis
1991 Harvey Williams 21 Kansas City
1979 Charles Alexander 12 Cincinnati

– NFL DRAFT –

FIRST-ROUND TRADES SINCE 2000

(Yearly totals can include future selections traded in previous years.)

DRAFT ROUND 1 TRADES
2000 16
2001 15
2002 14
2003 18
2004 17
2005 9
2006 11
2007 10
2008 17
2009 13
2010 15
2011 8
2012 19
2013 12
2014 11
2015 6
2016 8

 

 

CONSECUTIVE TOP 10 CHOICES FROM SAME COLLEGE

1937 Nebraska - HB Lloyd Cardwell (7) and E Les McDonald (8)
1943 Minnesota – HB Bill Daley (7) and T Dick Wildung (8)
1946 Notre Dame – QB Johnny Lujack (4) and T George Connor (5)
1948 Alabama - HB Lowell Tew (4) and C Vaughn Mancha (5)
1949 Notre Dame – QB Frank Tripucka (9) and G Bill Fischer (10)
1949 Southern Methodist – RB Doak Walker (3) and HB Paul Page (4)
1959 Ohio State - HB Don Clark (7) and C Dan James (8)
1967 Michigan State – DT Bubba Smith (1) and RB Clint Jones (2)
1977 Southern California - T Marvin Powell (4) and DT Gary Jeter (5)
1978 Notre Dame – TE Ken MacAfee (7) and DT Ross Browner (8)
1981 UCLA – RB Freeman McNeil (3) and DB Kenny Easley (4)
1984 Nebraska - WR Irving Fryar (1) and T Dean Steinkuhler (2)
1990 Southern California - LB Junior Seau (5) and DB Mark Carrier (6)
1991 Nebraska - DB Bruce Pickens (3) and LB Mike Croel (4)
1991 Tennessee - T Charles McRae (7) and T Antone Davis (8)
1992 Stanford – T Bob Whitfield (8) and RB Tommy Vardell (9)
1993 Alabama - DE John Copeland (5) and DE Eric Curry (6)
1996 Illinois - LB Kevin Hardy (2) and DE Simeon Rice (3)
2000 Penn State - DE Courtney Brown (1) and LB LaVar Arrington (2)
2002 Texas - T Mike Williams (4) and DB Quentin Jammer (5)
2004 Miami - S Sean Taylor (5) and TE Kellen Winslow (6)
2010 Oklahoma – DT Gerald McCoy (3) and T Trent Williams (4)
2013 Alabama – DB Dee Milliner (9) and G Chance Warmack (10)
2014 Texas A&M – T Jake Matthews (6) and WR Mike Evans (7)
2016 Ohio State – DE Joey Bosa (3) and RB Ezekiel Elliott (4)

 

BREAKDOWN OF

OFFENSIVE/DEFENSIVE PLAYERS SELECTED

IN FIRST ROUND SINCE 1990

YEAR OFFENSE DEFENSE
FIRST OFFENSIVE PICK
FIRST DEFENSIVE PICK
1990 11 14 Jeff George-QB (1) Cortez Kennedy-DT (3)
1991 13 14 Charles McRae-T (7) Russell Maryland-DT (1)
1992 13 15 Desmond Howard-WR (4) Steve Emtman-DE (1)
1993 15 14 Drew Bledsoe-QB (1) Marvin Jones-LB (4)
1994 13 16 Marshall Faulk-RB (2) Dan Wilkinson-DT (1)
1995 18 14 Ki-Jana Carter-RB (1) Kevin Carter-DE (6)
1996 17 13 Keyshawn Johnson-WR (1) Kevin Hardy-LB (2)
1997 14 16 Orlando Pace-T (1) Darrell Russell-DE (2)
1998 14 16 Peyton Manning-QB (1) Andre Wadsworth-DE (3)
1999 16 15 Tim Couch-QB (1) Champ Bailey-CB (7)
2000 17 14 Chris Samuel-T (3) Courtney Brown-DE  (1)
2001 15 16 Michael Vick-QB (1) Gerard Warren-DT (3)
2002 16 16 David Carr-QB (1) Julius Peppers-DE (2)
2003 14 18 Carson Palmer-QB (1) Dewayne Robertson-DT (4)
2004 19 13 Eli Manning-QB (1) Sean Taylor-S (5)
2005 16 16 Alex Smith-QB (1) Adam Jones-CB (6)
2006 19 13 Reggie Bush-RB (2) Mario Williams-DE (1)
2007 15 17 JaMarcus Russell-QB (1) Gaines Adams-DE (4)
2008 16 15 Jake Long-T (1) Chris Long-DE (2)
2009 19 13 Matthew Stafford-QB (1) Tyson Jackson-DE (3)
2010 14 18 Sam Bradford-QB (1) Ndamukong Suh-DT (2)
2011 16 16 Cam Newton-QB (1) Von Miller-LB (2)
2012 15 17 Andrew Luck-QB (1) Morris Claiborne-CB (6)
2013 14 18 Eric Fisher-T (1) Dion Jordan-DE (3)
2014 14 18 Greg Robinson-T (2) Jadeveon Clowney-DE (1)
2015 17 15 Jameis Winston-QB (1) Dante Fowler-DE (3)
2016 15 16 Jared Goff-QB (1) Joey Bosa-DE (3)

“MOSTS”

Colleges with most No. 1 overall draft choices:

Auburn (5) 2011: Cam Newton, QB (Carolina); 1988: Aundray Bruce, LB (Atlanta); 1986: Bo Jackson, RB (Tampa Bay); 1965: Tucker Frederickson, RB (N.Y. Giants); 1961: Ken Rice, G (Buffalo)
Notre Dame (5) 1973: Walt Patulski, DE (Buffalo); 1957: Paul Hornung, HB (Green Bay); 1950: Leon Hart, E (Detroit); 1946: Frank Dancewicz, QB (Boston Yanks); 1944: Angelo Bertelli, QB (Boston Yanks)
Southern California(5) 2003: Carson Palmer, QB (Cincinnati); 1996: Keyshawn Johnson, WR (N.Y. Jets); 1977: Ricky Bell, RB (Tampa Bay);1969: O.J. Simpson, RB (Buffalo); 1968: Ron Yary, T (Minnesota)

 

Most first-round selections from one college in single year:  6

2004 - Miami (Sean Taylor, Kellen Winslow, Jonathan Vilma, D.J. Williams, Vernon Carey, Vince Wilfork).

College with most players taken in single draft: Texas, 17 in 1984.

Most offensive players selected in first round: 19 in 2009, 2004 & 1968.

Most defensive players selected in first round: 19 in 2006.

Consecutive first-round choices from same college that played same position:

1991: Tennessee Ts Charles McRae (#7-Tampa Bay) and Antone Davis (#8-Philadelphia).

1993: Alabama DEs John Copeland (#5-Cincinnati) and Eric Curry (#6-Tampa Bay).

1997: Miami DEs Kenard Lang (#17-Washington) and Kenny Holmes (#18-Tennessee).

Number of Pro Football Hall of Famers selected No. 1 overall:  14

1942 – “Bullet” Bill Dudley/Pittsburgh; 1945 – Charley Trippi/Chicago Cardinals; 1949 – Chuck Bednarik/Philadelphia; 1957 – Paul Hornung/Green Bay; 1963 – Buck Buchanan/Kansas City (AFL); 1968 – Ron Yary/Minnesota; 1969 – O.J. Simpson/Buffalo; 1970 – Terry Bradshaw/Pittsburgh; 1976 – Lee Roy Selmon/Tampa Bay; 1978 – Earl Campbell/Houston; 1983 – John Elway/Baltimore Colts; 1985 – Bruce Smith/Buffalo Bills; 1989 – Troy Aikman/Dallas Cowboys. 1997 – Orlando Pace/St. Louis Rams.

Most consecutive offensive players selected to start NFL Draft:

1999 – 6; QB Tim Couch (Cleveland), QB Donovan McNabb (Philadelphia), QB Akili Smith (Cincinnati), RB Edgerrin James (Indianapolis), HB Ricky Williams (New Orleans), WR Torry Holt (St. Louis).

Most consecutive defensive players selected to start NFL Draft:

1991 – 6; DT Russell Maryland (Dallas), S Eric Turner (Cleveland), CB Bruce Pickens (Atlanta), OLB Mike Croel (Denver), CB Todd Lyght (Los Angeles Rams), DT Eric Swann (Phoenix).

Number of times QB and RB from same college have been chosen in top 10: 10

1942 (QB Frank Albert, RB Pete Kmetovic-Stanford), 1943 (QB Jack Jenkins, RB Bob Steuber-Missouri), 1944 (QB Angelo Bertelli, RB Creighton Miller-Notre Dame), 1946 (QB Frank Dancewicz, QB Johnny Lujack, RB Emil Sitko-Notre Dame), 1947 (QB Ernie Case, RB Cal Rossi-UCLA), 1948 (QB Harry Gilmer, RB Lowell Tew-Alabama), 1983(QB Todd Blackledge, RB Curt Warner-Penn State), 1993 (QB Rick Mirer, RB Jerome Bettis-Notre Dame), 1995(QB Kerry Collins, RB Ki-Jana Carter-Penn State), 2006 (QB Matt Leinart, RB Reggie Bush-Southern California).

Most offensive linemen taken in first round: 10

1968 - T Ron Yary, C Robert Johnson, T Russ Washington, T Mike Taylor, C Forrest Blue, G Maurice Moorman, G George Daney, T John Williams, G Bill Lueck, T Doug Crusan.

DRAFT TIMES

NOTE:  The first combined (AFL-NFL) draft in 1967 consisted of 17 rounds.  In 1977, the draft was reduced to 12 rounds.  There were eight rounds in 1993 and seven since 1994.

Longest first round since 1967: 2007 (6 hours, 8 minutes)

Shortest first round since 1967: 1972 (2 hours)

Longest seven-round draft: 2007 (18 hours, 5 minutes)

Shortest seven-round draft: 2015 (13 hours, 45 minutes)

Most rounds on draft day: 30 (1943-1959 drafts)

COLLEGES WITH THREE PLAYERS DRAFTED IN FIRST ROUND

Number of times since 2000 that a college has had at least three players chosen in first round: 28

2000:  Florida State (3) – Peter Warrick/Cincinnati; Corey Simon/Philadelphia; Sebastian Janikowski/Oakland.

2001:  Miami (4) – Dan Morgan/Carolina; Damione Lewis/St. Louis; Santana Moss/ N.Y. Jets; Reggie Wayne/Indianapolis.

Michigan (3) – David Terrell/Chicago; Steve Hutchinson/Seattle; Jeff Backus/Detroit.

2002:  Miami (5) – Bryant McKinnie/Minnesota; Jeremy Shockey/N.Y. Giants; Phillip Buchanon/Oakland; Ed Reed/Baltimore; Mike Rumph/San Francisco.

Tennessee (3) – John Henderson/Jacksonville; Donte’ Stallworth/New Orleans; Albert Haynesworth/Tennessee.

2003:  Miami (4) – Andre Johnson/Houston; Jerome McDougle/Philadelphia; Willis McGahee/Buffalo; William Joseph/N.Y. Giants.

Penn State (4) – Jimmy Kennedy/St. Louis; Michael Haynes/Chicago; Bryant Johnson/Arizona; Larry Johnson/Kansas City.

2004:  Miami (6) – Sean Taylor/Washington; Kellen Winslow/Cleveland; Jonathan Vilma/N.Y. Jets; D.J. Williams/Denver; Vernon Carey/Miami; Vince Wilfork/New England.

Ohio State (3) – Will Smith/New Orleans, Chris Gamble/Carolina, Mike Jenkins/Atlanta.

2005:  Auburn (4) – Ronnie Brown/Miami; Jason Campbell/Washington; Carlos Rogers/Washington; Carnell Williams/Tampa Bay.

2006:  Ohio State (5) – A.J. Hawk/Green Bay; Donte Whitner/Buffalo; Bobby Carpenter/Dallas; Santonio Holmes/Pittsburgh; Nick Mangold/N.Y. Jets.

Florida State (4) – Ernie Sims/Detroit; Kamerion Wimbley/Cleveland; Brodrick Bunkley/Philadelphia; Antonio Cromartie/San Diego.

North Carolina State (3) – Mario Williams/Houston; Manny Lawson/San     Francisco; John McCargo/Buffalo.

2007:  Louisiana State (4) – JaMarcus Russell/Oakland; LaRon Landry/Washington; Dwayne Bowe/Kansas City; Craig Davis/San Diego.

Miami (3) – Brandon Meriweather/New England; Jon Beason/Carolina; Greg Olsen/Chicago.

2008: Southern California (4) – Sedrick Ellis/New Orleans; Keith Rivers/Cincinnati; Sam Baker/Atlanta; Lawrence Jackson/Seattle.

2009: Southern California (3) – Mark Sanchez/N.Y. Jets; Brian Cushing/Houston; Clay Matthews/Green Bay;

2010: Oklahoma (4) – Sam Bradford/St. Louis; Gerald McCoy/Tampa Bay; Trent Williams/Washington; Jermaine Gresham/Cincinnati

Florida (3) – Joe Haden/Cleveland; Maurkice Pouncey/Pittsburgh; Tim Tebow/Denver

2011: Alabama (4) – Marcell Dareus/Buffalo; Julio Jones/Atlanta; James Carpenter/Seattle; Mark Ingram/New Orleans

2012: Alabama (4) – Trent Richardson/Cleveland; Mark Barron/Tampa Bay; Dre Kirkpatrick/Cincinnati; Dont’a Hightower/New England

2013: Alabama (3) – Dee Milliner/New York Jets; Chance Warmack/Tennessee; D.J. Fluker/San Diego

Florida State (3) – E.J. Manuel/Buffalo; Bjoern Werner/Indianapolis; Xavier    Rhodes/Minnesota

2014: Louisville (3) – Calvin Pryor/New York Jets; Marcus Smith/Philadelphia;

Teddy Bridgewater/Minnesota

Texas A&M (3) – Jake Matthews/Atlanta; Mike Evans/Tampa Bay; Johnny Manziel/Cleveland

2015: Washington (3) – Danny Shelton/Cleveland; Marcus Peters/Kansas City;

Shaq Thompson/Carolina

2016:  Ohio State (5) – Joey Bosa/San Diego; Ezekiel Elliott/Dallas; Eli Apple/New York

Giants; Taylor Decker/Detroit; Darron Lee/New York Jets

Mississippi (3) – Laremy Tunsil/Miami; Laquon Treadwell/Minnesota; Robert

Nkemdiche/Arizona

FIRST ROUND BY POSITION

Most first-round selections by position (one year):

Quarterback (6-1983):  
  John Elway/Baltimore, Todd Blackledge/Kansas City, Jim Kelly/Buffalo, Tony Eason/New England, Ken O’Brien/N.Y. Jets, Dan Marino/Miami
   
Halfback/Running Back (9-1938, 1941):
  (Last time) 1941 – Tom Harmon/Chicago Bears, John Kimbrough/Chicago Cardinals, Norm Standlee/Chicago Bears, John Thomason/Detroit, George Franck/New York, George Paskavan/Green Bay, Dean McAdams/Brooklyn, Don Scott/Chicago Bears, Forrest Evashevski/Washington
   
Wide Receiver (7-2004):
  Larry Fitzgerald/Arizona, Roy Williams/Detroit, Reggie Williams/Jacksonville, Lee Evans/Buffalo, Michael Clayton/Tampa Bay, Michael Jenkins/Atlanta, Rashaun Woods/San Francisco.
   
Tight End (3-1970, 2002):
  (Last time) 2002 – Jeremy Shockey/N.Y. Giants; Daniel Graham/New England; Jerramy Stevens/Seattle
   
Center (2-1949, 1950, 1968, 2009):
  (Last time) 2009 – Alex Mack/Cleveland, Eric Wood/Buffalo  
   
Guard (4-1982):  
  Mike Munchak/Houston, Sean Farrell/Tampa Bay, Ron Hallestrom/Green Bay, Roy Foster/Miami
   
Tackle (8-2008):  
  Jake Long/Miami, Ryan Clady/Denver, Chris Williams/Chicago, Branden Albert/Kansas City, Gosder Cherilus/Detroit, Jeff Otah/Carolina, Sam Baker/Atlanta, Duane Brown/Houston
   
Defensive Back (9-2014):
  Justin Gilbert/Cleveland, Kyle Fuller/Chicago, Calvin Pryor/New York Jets, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix/Green Bay, Darqueze Dennard/Cincinnati, Jason Verrett/San Diego, Deone Bucannon/Arizona, Jimmie Ward/San Francisco, Bradley Roby/Denver.
   
Linebacker (7-1990):  
  Keith McCants/Tampa Bay, Junior Seau/San Diego, Chris Singleton/New England, James Francis/Cincinnati, Percy Snow/Kansas City, Lamar Lathon/Houston, Tony Bennett/Green Bay.
   
Defensive End (6-1992, 2011):
  (Last time) 2011 – J.J. Watt/Houston, Robert Quinn/St. Louis, Corey Liuget/San Diego, Adrian Clayborn/Tampa Bay, Cameron Jordan/New Orleans, Cameron Heyward/Pittsburgh.
   
Defensive Tackle (6-1977, 2001, 2003):
  (Last time) 2003 – Dewayne Robertson/N.Y. Jets, Johnathan Sullivan/New Orleans, Kevin Williams/Minnesota, Jimmy Kennedy/St. Louis, Ty Warren/New England, William Joseph/N.Y. Giants.
   
Nose Tackle (1-1986, 1988, 2012):
(Last time) 2012 – Dontari Poe/Kansas City
 
Kicker/Punter (1-1966, 1973, 1978, 1979, 2000):
  (Last time) 2000 – K Sebastian Janikowski/Oakland

 

 

MOST PLAYERS DRAFTED FROM SINGLE SCHOOL SINCE 1970

Year College Players  
1970 Grambling, Southern California 9  
1971 Ohio State 13  
1972 Michigan 10  
1973 Oklahoma 11  
1974 UCLA 12  
1975 Southern California 14  
1976 Nebraska, Ohio State 11  
1977 Southern California 14  
1978 Florida 10  
1979 Notre Dame, Oklahoma 10  
1980 Nebraska, Southern California 10  
1981 Pittsburgh 12  
1982 Texas 12  
1983 Southern California 11  
1984 Texas 17  
1985 Wisconsin 11  
1986 Illinois, Southern California 9  
1987 Penn State 13  
1988 Oklahoma 13  
1989 Auburn 10  
1990 Southern California 10  
1991 Miami 11  
1992 Washington 11  
1993 Notre Dame, Miami 9  
1994 Notre Dame 10  
1995 Colorado, Florida State 10  
1996 Penn State 10  
1997 Arizona State, Miami, Nebraska 8  
1998 Washington 10  
1999 Florida, Ohio State 8  
2000 Tennessee 9  
2001 Florida State 9  
2002 Miami 11  
2003 Florida, Miami, Tennessee 8  
2004 Ohio State 14  
2005 Oklahoma 11  
2006 Southern California 11  
2007 Florida 9  
2008 Southern California 10  
2009 Southern California 11  
2010 Florida 9  
2011 North Carolina, Southern California 9  
2012 Alabama 8  
2013 Florida State 11  
2014 Louisiana State 9  
2015 Florida State 11  
2016 Ohio State 12  

 

UNDERCLASSMEN AND THE DRAFT

NOTE: Since 1990, 17 of the No. 1 overall picks have been underclassmen (Jeff George – 1990, Steve Emtman – 1992, Drew Bledsoe – 1993, Dan Wilkinson – 1994, Ki-Jana Carter – 1995, Orlando Pace – 1997, Tim Couch – 1999, Michael Vick – 2001, Mario Williams – 2006, JaMarcus Russell – 2007, Matthew Stafford – 2009, Sam Bradford – 2010, Cam Newton – 2011, Andrew Luck – 2012, Jadeveon Clowney – 2014, Jameis Winston – 2015, Jared Goff – 2016).

Year Drafted Top-10 Picks
2016 70 8
2015 55 6
2014 61 6
2013 52 3
2012 44 8
2011 43 8
2010 46 5
2009 41 5
2008 39 4
2007 29 5
2006 33 6
2005 37 4
2004 35 5
2003 32 5
2002 26 2
2001 27 5
2000 20 4
1999 22 5
1998 19 3
1997 25 6
1996 16 4
1995 22 2
1994 25 6
1993 24 5
1992 21 5
1991 19 1
1990 18 5

 

COLLEGES WITH MOST FIRST-ROUND PICKS (Since 1967)

College Total
College
Total
Southern California 68 Oklahoma 32
Ohio State 61 Texas A&M 29
Miami 59 Nebraska 28
Florida 48 Georgia 26
Alabama 43 Louisiana State 26
Florida State 43 Michigan State 25
Notre Dame 41 UCLA 25
Tennessee 39 California 24
Michigan 34 Clemson 24
Penn State 33 Arizona St. 23
Texas 33 Pittsburgh 23


COLLEGES WITH MOST FIRST-ROUND PICKS BY YEAR (Since 1967
)

1967-Michigan State/4 1992-Multiple with 2
1968-Southern California/5 1993-Notre Dame/4
1969-Notre Dame, Ohio St., Southern California/3 1994-Notre Dame, Texas A&M/3
1970-Oklahoma/3 1995- Fla. St., Michigan, Ohio St., Penn St./3
1971-Ohio State/4 1996-Ohio State/3
1972-Nebraska, Notre Dame/3 1997-Florida State/4
1973-Purdue, Southern California/3 1998-North Carolina, Tennessee/3
1974-Ohio State/3 1999-Ohio State/3
1975-Ohio State/3 2000-Florida State/3
1976-Colorado, Oklahoma/3 2001-Miami/4
1977-Southern California/3 2002-Miami/5
1978-Notre Dame/3 2003-Miami/4, Penn State/4
1979-Multiple with 2 2004-Miami/6
1980-Southern California, Texas/3 2005-Auburn/4
1981-Southern California, Pittsburgh/3 2006-Ohio State/5
1982-Southern California/3 2007-Lousiana State/4
1983-Pittsburgh, Southern California/3 2008-Southern California/4
1984-Maryland, Nebraska, Oklahoma/2 2009-Southern California/3
1985-Wisconsin/3 2010-Oklahoma/4
1986-Iowa/3 2011-Alabama/4
1987-Miami/3 2012-Alabama/4
1988-Arizona State, Miami, Oklahoma/2 2013-Alabama, Florida State/3
1989-Florida/3 2014-Louisville, Texas A&M/3
1990-Multiple with 2 2015-Washington/3
1991-Tennessee/3 2016-Ohio State/5

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL announces 2017 schedule: Bengals and Browns playing NFC North, AFC South Divisions this year

2017 NFL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

Available on NFL.com, NFL Now and NFL Mobile from Verizon

The NFL announced today its 17-week, 256-game regular-season schedule for 2017, which kicks off on Thursday night, September 7 in New England and concludes on Sunday, December 31 with 16 division games.

The season begins with the NFL’s annual primetime kickoff game. The opener on September 7 on NBC (8:30 PM ET) will spotlight the defending champion New England Patriots hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at Gillette Stadium.

Week 1 is a FOX national weekend with the key doubleheader game on Sunday, September 10 (4:25 PM ET) featuring the Seattle Seahawks at the Green Bay Packers. Week 3 is the first CBS national weekend with the key doubleheader game showcasing the Cincinnati Bengals facing the Packers at Lambeau Field.

NBC’s Sunday Night Football gets underway on September 10 when the Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants (8:30 PM ET) at AT&T Stadium.

Kickoff Weekend concludes on Monday, September 11 with an ESPN Monday Night Football doubleheader. The Minnesota Vikings will host the New Orleans Saints (7:10 PM ET) in the first game followed by the Los Angeles Chargers visiting the Denver Broncos in the nightcap (10:20 PM ET).

ESPN will televise one game each Monday night in Weeks 2-16. There will be no Monday night game on the final regular-season weekend (Week 17) to provide more flexibility for the scheduling of the opening weekend of the NFL playoffs.

A select number of games will be “cross-flexed,” moving between CBS and FOX to bring potentially under-distributed games to wider audiences. Some of those contests were announced today, including the Seahawks at the Giants (4:25 PM ET, CBS) in Week 7 and the Vikings at the Carolina Panthers (1:00 PM ET, CBS) in Week 14. Other “cross-flexed” games will be decided during the season.

The regular season will conclude with Week 17 on Sunday, December 31. For the eighth consecutive year,
all 16 games scheduled for Week 17 are division contests, enhancing the potential for more games with playoff ramifications.

Other highlights of the schedule include:

In Week 2, the Atlanta Falcons will open their new home – Mercedes-Benz Stadium – on Sunday, September 17 in primetime (8:30 PM ET, NBC) when they host the Packers in a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game. Earlier that day, the Chargers will make their return to Los Angeles as they host the Miami Dolphins at the StubHub Center (4:05 PM ET, CBS).

The Patriots will host the Falcons in Week 7 on Sunday night, October 22 (8:30 PM ET, NBC) in a rematch of Super Bowl LI, the first Super Bowl in NFL history to go into overtime.

Thanksgiving will feature a tripleheader on Thursday, November 23. The first game will send the Vikings to Detroit to face the Lions (12:30 PM ET, FOX) for the second consecutive year. The late afternoon game will feature the Chargers visiting the Cowboys (4:30 PM ET, CBS). The holiday concludes with the Washington Redskins hosting the Giants on NBC (8:30 PM ET).

In Week 16, NBC’s Sunday Night Football game (Vikings at Packers) will move to Saturday night, December 23 (8:30 PM ET, NBC) due to Christmas Eve and is not subject to flexible scheduling. Christmas Day will feature a doubleheader on Monday, December 25 with the Houston Texans hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers (4:30 PM ET, NBC/NFLN/Amazon Prime) in the first game and the Oakland Raiders visiting the Philadelphia Eagles (8:30 PM ET, ESPN) in primetime.

The NFL’s international slate includes four games in London – the first time the league will play four games in the UK – and one in Mexico City. On Sunday, September 24, the Jacksonville Jaguars will host the Baltimore Ravens at London’s Wembley Stadium (9:30 AM ET, distribution to be announced at a later date). The next weekend, on Sunday, October 1, the Dolphins will host the Saints at Wembley (9:30 AM ET, FOX). In Week 7, the Los Angeles Rams will host the Arizona Cardinals at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday, October 22 (1:00 PM ET, FOX). The following week, the Cleveland Browns will host the Vikings at Twickenham on Sunday, October 29 (9:30 AM ET, NFLN). The NFL will return to Mexico City on Sunday, November 19 (4:25 PM ET, CBS) when the Oakland Raiders host the Patriots at Estadio Azteca.

The NFL has partnered with Amazon Prime this season and will once again use a “Tri-Cast” distribution model of broadcast (CBS/NBC), cable (NFL Network) and digital (Amazon Prime Video) for 10 Thursday Night Football games and a Christmas Day contest. CBS and NBC will each broadcast five Thursday Night Football games which will be simulcast on NFL Network and streamed to Amazon Prime members worldwide. NBC will also broadcast the Christmas Day game. CBS will start in Week 4 (Thursday, September 28) when the Packers host the Chicago Bears. NBC’s Tri-Cast package begins in Week 10 (Thursday, November 9) when the Seahawks visit the Arizona Cardinals. Additionally, NFL Network will also exclusively televise a seven-game schedule comprised of three Thursday Night Football games, three late-season Saturday contests and a Sunday morning London matchup.

The NFL’s 32 teams will each play 16 games over 17 weeks. Byes will begin in Week 5 and end in Week 11.

“Flexible scheduling” will be used in Weeks 10-15 and 17. Additionally, in Weeks 5-9, flexible scheduling may be used in no more than two weeks. In Weeks 5-15, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time. Flexible scheduling will not be applied to games airing on Thursday, Saturday or Monday nights. A flexible scheduling move would be announced at least 12 days before the game. For Week 17, the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to December 31. The schedule does not list a Sunday night game in Week 17, but an afternoon game with playoff implications will be moved to that time slot. Flexible scheduling ensures quality matchups in all Sunday time slots in those weeks and gives “surprise” teams a chance to play their way into prime time.

The playoffs will include four division winners and two wild cards from each conference. The playoffs begin with Wild Card Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, January 6-7. The two division winners with the best records in each conference will earn first-round byes.


Wild Card Weekend winners join the top two division champions in each conference in the Divisional Playoffs on Saturday and Sunday, January 13-14. The AFC and NFC Championship Games will be played on Sunday, January 21. The winners meet two weeks later on Sunday, February 4 in Super Bowl LII at Minnesota’s U.S. Bank Stadium (NBC).

The NFL is the only sports league that presents all regular-season and postseason games on free, over-the-air television in local markets. All postseason games are televised nationally.

Westwood One will broadcast on radio all NFL primetime games, the three Thanksgiving Day games and the entire NFL playoffs.

For ticket information, fans may visit www.nfl.com/tickets.

 

2017 NFL SCHEDULE
(Games grouped by start times and listed alphabetically by home team)
GAME LOCAL ET TV
WEEK 1
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Sunday, September 10, 2017
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Atlanta Falcons at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Rams 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers 3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys 7:30p (CT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, September 11, 2017
New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings 6:10p (CT) 7:10p ESPN
Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos 8:20p (MT) 10:20p ESPN
WEEK 2
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals 8:25p (ET) 8:25p NFLN
Sunday, September 17, 2017
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Minnesota Vikings at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
New York Jets at Oakland Raiders 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p FOX
Washington Redskins at Los Angeles Rams 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, September 18, 2017
Detroit Lions at New York Giants 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN
GAME LOCAL ET TV
WEEK 3
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers 5:25p (PT) 8:25p NFLN
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars (London) 2:30p (BST) 9:30a TBD
Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Pittsburgh Steelers at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Houston Texans at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Seattle Seahawks at Tennessee Titans 3:05p (CT) 4:05p FOX
Cincinnati Bengals at Green Bay Packers 3:25p (CT) 4:25p CBS
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Oakland Raiders at Washington Redskins 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, September 25, 2017
Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals 5:30p (MST) 8:30p ESPN


WEEK 4

Thursday, September 28, 2017
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 7:25p (CT) 8:25p CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, October 1, 2017
New Orleans Saints at Miami Dolphins (London) 2:30p (BST) 9:30a FOX
Buffalo Bills at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals 1:05p (MST) 4:05p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:05p (ET) 4:05p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Indianapolis Colts at Seattle Seahawks 5:30p (PT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, October 2, 2017
Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs 7:30p (CT) 8:30p ESPN

GAME

LOCAL

ET

TV

WEEK 5

Thursday, October 5, 2017
New England Patriots at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8:25p (ET) 8:25p CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, October 8, 2017
Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New York Jets at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Oakland Raiders 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys 3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans * 7:30p (CT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, October 9, 2017
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears 7:30p (CT) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Atlanta, Denver, New Orleans, Washington
WEEK 6
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers 8:25p (ET) 8:25p CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Miami Dolphins at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at Baltimore Ravens 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New England Patriots at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Arizona Cardinals 1:05p (MST) 4:05p FOX
Los Angeles Rams at Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05p (ET) 4:05p FOX
Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs 3:25p (CT) 4:25p CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at Oakland Raiders 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
New York Giants at Denver Broncos * 6:30p (MT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, October 16, 2017
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans 7:30p (CT) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Dallas, Seattle

 

GAME LOCAL ET TV
WEEK 7
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders 5:25p (PT) 8:25p CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, October 22, 2017
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams (London) 6:00p (BST) 1:00p FOX
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants 4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots * 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, October 23, 2017
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Detroit, Houston
WEEK 8
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens 8:25p (ET) 8:25p CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Minnesota Vikings at Cleveland Browns (London) 1:30p (GMT) 9:30a NFLN
Oakland Raiders at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Houston Texans at Seattle Seahawks 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Pittsburgh Steelers at Detroit Lions * 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, October 30, 2017
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs 7:30p (CT) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Arizona, Green Bay, Jacksonville, Los Angeles Rams, New York Giants, Tennessee

GAME LOCAL ET TV

WEEK 9

Thursday, November 2, 2017
Buffalo Bills at New York Jets 8:25p (ET) 8:25p NFLN
Sunday, November 5, 2017
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Rams at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Denver Broncos at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Washington Redskins at Seattle Seahawks 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at Dallas Cowboys 3:25p (CT) 4:25p CBS
Oakland Raiders at Miami Dolphins * 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, November 6, 2017
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers 7:30p (CT) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota, New England, Pittsburgh
WEEK 10
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals 6:25p (MST) 8:25p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, November 12, 2017
New Orleans Saints at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New York Jets at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Houston Texans at Los Angeles Rams 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
New England Patriots at Denver Broncos * 6:30p (MT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, November 13, 2017
Miami Dolphins at Carolina Panthers 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Baltimore, Kansas City, Oakland, Philadelphia

GAME LOCAL ET TV

WEEK 11

Thursday, November 16, 2017
Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers 8:25p (ET) 8:25p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Rams at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
New England Patriots at Oakland Raiders (Mexico City) 3:25p (CT) 4:25p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys * 7:30p (CT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, November 20, 2017
Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks 5:30p (PT) 8:30p ESPN
Byes: Carolina, Indianapolis, Miami, New York Jets, San Francisco, Tampa Bay
WEEK 12
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions 12:30p (ET) 12:30p FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Dallas Cowboys 3:30p (CT) 4:30p CBS
New York Giants at Washington Redskins 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Carolina Panthers at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Rams 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Arizona Cardinals 2:25p (MST) 4:25p CBS
Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Pittsburgh Steelers * 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, November 27, 2017
Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN

GAME

LOCAL

ET

TV

WEEK 13
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys 7:25p (CT) 8:25p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, December 3, 2017
Minnesota Vikings at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Denver Broncos at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals 2:25p (MST) 4:25p FOX
New York Giants at Oakland Raiders 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Seattle Seahawks * 5:30p (PT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, December 4, 2017
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN
WEEK 14
Thursday, December 7, 2017
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons 8:25p (ET) 8:25p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, December 10, 2017
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Green Bay Packers at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Seattle Seahawks at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Arizona Cardinals 2:05p (MST) 4:05p CBS
New York Jets at Denver Broncos 2:05p (MT) 4:05p CBS
Washington Redskins at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers * 8:30p (ET) 8:30p NBC
Monday, December 11, 2017
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN

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WEEK 15
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts 8:25p (ET) 8:25p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Saturday, December 16, 2017
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions 4:30p (ET) 4:30p NFLN
Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs 7:25p (CT) 8:25p NFLN
Sunday, December 17, 2017
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
New York Jets at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Arizona Cardinals at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Tennessee Titans at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at Oakland Raiders * 5:30p (PT) 8:30p NBC
Monday, December 18, 2017
Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN
WEEK 16
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens 4:30p (ET) 4:30p NFLN
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers 7:30p (CT) 8:30p NBC
Sunday, December 24, 2017
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Miami Dolphins at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Denver Broncos at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Jacksonville Jaguars at San Francisco 49ers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
New York Giants at Arizona Cardinals 2:25p (MST) 4:25p FOX
Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys 3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
Monday, December 25, 2017
Pittsburgh Steelers at Houston Texans 3:30p (CT) 4:30p NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Oakland Raiders at Philadelphia Eagles 8:30p (ET) 8:30p ESPN
GAME LOCAL ET TV

WEEK 17

Sunday, December 31, 2017
Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New York Jets at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Washington Redskins at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Oakland Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
TBD 8:30p NBC
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

2017 NFC NORTH TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

Sep. 17 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 18 at New York Giants (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Sep. 24 Pittsburgh Steelers 12:00 PM CBS Sep. 24 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 28 at Green Bay Packers (Thu) 7:25 PM CBS/NFL/Amazon Oct. 1 at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 9 Minnesota Vikings (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN Oct. 8 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 15 at Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 15 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 22 Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 22 BYE
Oct. 29 at New Orleans Saints 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 29 Pittsburgh Steelers * 8:30 PM NBC
Nov. 5 BYE Nov. 6 at Green Bay Packers (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Nov. 12 Green Bay Packers 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 12 Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 19 Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 19 at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 26 at Philadelphia Eagles 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 23 Minnesota Vikings (Thu) 12:30 PM FOX
Dec. 3 San Francisco 49ers 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 3 at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 10 at Cincinnati Bengals 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 10 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 16 at Detroit Lions (Sat) 3:30 PM NFLN Dec. 16 Chicago Bears (Sat) 4:30 PM NFLN
Dec. 24 Cleveland Browns 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 24 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 31 at Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 31 Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX
GREEN BAY PACKERS CT TV MINNESOTA VIKINGS CT TV
Sep. 10 Seattle Seahawks 3:25 PM FOX Sep. 11 New Orleans Saints (Mon) 6:10 PM ESPN
Sep. 17 at Atlanta Falcons 7:30 PM NBC Sep. 17 at Pittsburgh Steelers 12:00 PM FOX
Sep. 24 Cincinnati Bengals 3:25 PM CBS Sep. 24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX
Sep. 28 Chicago Bears (Thu) 7:25 PM CBS/NFL/Amazon Oct. 1 Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX
Oct. 8 at Dallas Cowboys 3:25 PM FOX Oct. 9 at Chicago Bears (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN
Oct. 15 at Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 15 Green Bay Packers 12:00 PM FOX
Oct. 22 New Orleans Saints 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 22 Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM CBS
Oct. 29 BYE Oct. 29 at Cleveland Browns (London) 8:30 AM NFLN
Nov. 6 Detroit Lions (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN Nov. 5 BYE
Nov. 12 at Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 12 at Washington Redskins 12:00 PM FOX
Nov. 19 Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM CBS Nov. 19 Los Angeles Rams 12:00 PM FOX
Nov. 26 at Pittsburgh Steelers * 7:30 PM NBC Nov. 23 at Detroit Lions (Thu) 11:30 AM FOX
Dec. 3   12:00 PM FOX Dec. 3 at Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM FOX
Dec. 10 at Cleveland Browns 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 10 at Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 17 at Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 17 Cincinnati Bengals 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 23 Minnesota Vikings (Sat) 7:30 PM NBC Dec. 23 at Green Bay Packers (Sat) 7:30 PM NBC
Dec. 31 at Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 31 Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

2017 NFC EAST TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

DALLAS COWBOYS CT TV NEW YORK GIANTS ET TV
Sep. 10 New York Giants 7:30 PM NBC Sep. 10 at Dallas Cowboys 8:30 PM NBC
Sep. 17 at Denver Broncos 3:25 PM FOX Sep. 18 Detroit Lions (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Sep. 25 at Arizona Cardinals (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN Sep. 24 at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 1 Los Angeles Rams 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 1 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:05 PM FOX
Oct. 8 Green Bay Packers 3:25 PM FOX Oct. 8 Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 15 BYE Oct. 15 at Denver Broncos * 8:30 PM NBC
Oct. 22 at San Francisco 49ers 3:05 PM FOX Oct. 22 Seattle Seahawks 4:25 PM CBS
Oct. 29 at Washington Redskins 3:25 PM FOX Oct. 29 BYE
Nov. 5 Kansas City Chiefs 3:25 PM CBS Nov. 5 Los Angeles Rams 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 12 at Atlanta Falcons 3:25 PM FOX Nov. 12 at San Francisco 49ers 4:25 PM FOX
Nov. 19 Philadelphia Eagles * 7:30 PM NBC Nov. 19 Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 23 Los Angeles Chargers (Thu) 3:30 PM CBS Nov. 23 at Washington Redskins (Thu) 8:30 PM NBC
Nov. 30 Washington Redskins (Thu) 7:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon Dec. 3 at Oakland Raiders 4:25 PM FOX
Dec. 10 at New York Giants 3:25 PM FOX Dec. 10 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM FOX
Dec. 17 at Oakland Raiders * 7:30 PM NBC Dec. 17 Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 24 Seattle Seahawks 3:25 PM FOX Dec. 24 at Arizona Cardinals 4:25 PM FOX
Dec. 31 at Philadelphia Eagles 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 31 Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES ET TV WASHINGTON REDSKINS ET TV
Sep. 10 at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 10 Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 17 at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 17 at Los Angeles Rams 4:25 PM FOX
Sep. 24 New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 24 Oakland Raiders 8:30 PM NBC
Oct. 1 at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM FOX Oct. 2 at Kansas City Chiefs (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Oct. 8 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 8 BYE
Oct. 12 at Carolina Panthers (Thu) 8:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon Oct. 15 San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 23 Washington Redskins (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN Oct. 23 at Philadelphia Eagles (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Oct. 29 San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 29 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM FOX
Nov. 5 Denver Broncos 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 5 at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 PM FOX
Nov. 12 BYE Nov. 12 Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 19 at Dallas Cowboys * 8:30 PM NBC Nov. 19 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 26 Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 23 New York Giants (Thu) 8:30 PM NBC
Dec. 3 at Seattle Seahawks * 8:30 PM NBC Nov. 30 at Dallas Cowboys (Thu) 8:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Dec. 10 at Los Angeles Rams 4:25 PM FOX Dec. 10 at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM CBS
Dec. 17 at New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 17 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 25 Oakland Raiders (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN Dec. 24 Denver Broncos 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 31 Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 31 at New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

 

2017 NFC SOUTH TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

ATLANTA FALCONS ET TV CAROLINA PANTHERS ET TV
Sep. 10 at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 10 at San Francisco 49ers 4:25 PM FOX
Sep. 17 Green Bay Packers 8:30 PM NBC Sep. 17 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 24 at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 24 New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 1 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 1 at New England Patriots 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 8 BYE Oct. 8 at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 15 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 12 Philadelphia Eagles (Thu) 8:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Oct. 22 at New England Patriots * 8:30 PM NBC Oct. 22 at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 29 at New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 29 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 5 at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 5 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 12 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM FOX Nov. 13 Miami Dolphins (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Nov. 20 at Seattle Seahawks (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN Nov. 19 BYE
Nov. 26 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 26 at New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 3 Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 3 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 7 New Orleans Saints (Thu) 8:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon Dec. 10 Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 18 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN Dec. 17 Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 24 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 31 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 31 at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS CT TV TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS ET TV
Sep. 11 at Minnesota Vikings (Mon) 6:10 PM ESPN Sep. 10 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 17 New England Patriots 12:00 PM CBS Sep. 17 Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 24 at Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 24 at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 1 at Miami Dolphins (London) 8:30 AM FOX Oct. 1 New York Giants 4:05 PM FOX
Oct. 8 BYE Oct. 5 New England Patriots (Thu) 8:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Oct. 15 Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 15 at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM FOX
Oct. 22 at Green Bay Packers 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 22 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 29 Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 29 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 5 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 12 at Buffalo Bills 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 12 New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 19 Washington Redskins 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 19 BYE
Nov. 26 at Los Angeles Rams 3:05 PM FOX Nov. 26 at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 3 Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 3 at Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 7 at Atlanta Falcons (Thu) 7:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon Dec. 10 Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 17 New York Jets 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 18 Atlanta Falcons (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 24 Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 24 at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 31 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 31 New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

 

2017 NFC WEST TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

ARIZONA CARDINALS MT TV LOS ANGELES RAMS PT TV
Sep. 10 at Detroit Lions 10:00 AM FOX Sep. 10 Indianapolis Colts 1:05 PM CBS
Sep. 17 at Indianapolis Colts 10:00 AM FOX Sep. 17 Washington Redskins 1:25 PM FOX
Sep. 25 Dallas Cowboys (Mon) 5:30 PM ESPN Sep. 21 at San Francisco 49ers (Thu) 5:25 PM NFLN
Oct. 1 San Francisco 49ers 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 1 at Dallas Cowboys 10:00 AM FOX
Oct. 8 at Philadelphia Eagles 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 8 Seattle Seahawks 1:05 PM CBS
Oct. 15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 15 at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:05 PM FOX
Oct. 22 at Los Angeles Rams (London) 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 22 Arizona Cardinals (London) 10:00 AM FOX
Oct. 29 BYE Oct. 29 BYE
Nov. 5 at San Francisco 49ers 2:05 PM FOX Nov. 5 at New York Giants 10:00 AM FOX
Nov. 9 Seattle Seahawks (Thu) 6:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon Nov. 12 Houston Texans 1:05 PM CBS
Nov. 19 at Houston Texans 11:00 AM FOX Nov. 19 at Minnesota Vikings 10:00 AM FOX
Nov. 26 Jacksonville Jaguars 2:25 PM CBS Nov. 26 New Orleans Saints 1:05 PM FOX
Dec. 3 Los Angeles Rams 2:25 PM FOX Dec. 3 at Arizona Cardinals 1:25 PM FOX
Dec. 10 Tennessee Titans 2:05 PM CBS Dec. 10 Philadelphia Eagles 1:25 PM FOX
Dec. 17 at Washington Redskins 11:00 AM FOX Dec. 17 at Seattle Seahawks 1:05 PM FOX
Dec. 24 New York Giants 2:25 PM FOX Dec. 24 at Tennessee Titans 10:00 AM FOX
Dec. 31 at Seattle Seahawks 2:25 PM FOX Dec. 31 San Francisco 49ers 1:25 PM FOX
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS PT TV SEATTLE SEAHAWKS PT TV
Sep. 10 Carolina Panthers 1:25 PM FOX Sep. 10 at Green Bay Packers 1:25 PM FOX
Sep. 17 at Seattle Seahawks 1:25 PM FOX Sep. 17 San Francisco 49ers 1:25 PM FOX
Sep. 21 Los Angeles Rams (Thu) 5:25 PM NFLN Sep. 24 at Tennessee Titans 1:05 PM FOX
Oct. 1 at Arizona Cardinals 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 1 Indianapolis Colts 5:30 PM NBC
Oct. 8 at Indianapolis Colts 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 8 at Los Angeles Rams 1:05 PM CBS
Oct. 15 at Washington Redskins 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 15 BYE
Oct. 22 Dallas Cowboys 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 22 at New York Giants 1:25 PM CBS
Oct. 29 at Philadelphia Eagles 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 29 Houston Texans 1:05 PM CBS
Nov. 5 Arizona Cardinals 1:05 PM FOX Nov. 5 Washington Redskins 1:05 PM FOX
Nov. 12 New York Giants 1:25 PM FOX Nov. 9 at Arizona Cardinals (Thu) 5:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Nov. 19 BYE Nov. 20 Atlanta Falcons (Mon) 5:30 PM ESPN
Nov. 26 Seattle Seahawks 1:05 PM FOX Nov. 26 at San Francisco 49ers 1:05 PM FOX
Dec. 3 at Chicago Bears 10:00 AM CBS Dec. 3 Philadelphia Eagles * 5:30 PM NBC
Dec. 10 at Houston Texans 10:00 AM FOX Dec. 10 at Jacksonville Jaguars 10:00 AM FOX
Dec. 17 Tennessee Titans 1:25 PM CBS Dec. 17 Los Angeles Rams 1:05 PM FOX
Dec. 24 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:05 PM CBS Dec. 24 at Dallas Cowboys 1:25 PM FOX
Dec. 31 at Los Angeles Rams 1:25 PM FOX Dec. 31 Arizona Cardinals 1:25 PM FOX
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

 

2017 AFC NORTH TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

BALTIMORE RAVENS ET TV CINCINNATI BENGALS ET TV
Sep. 10 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 10 Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 17 Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 14 Houston Texans (Thu) 8:25 PM NFLN
Sep. 24 at Jacksonville Jaguars (London) 9:30 AM TBD Sep. 24 at Green Bay Packers 4:25 PM CBS
Oct. 1 Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 1 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 8 at Oakland Raiders 4:05 PM CBS Oct. 8 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 15 Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 15 BYE
Oct. 22 at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 22 at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 26 Miami Dolphins (Thu) 8:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon Oct. 29 Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 5 at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 5 at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 12 BYE Nov. 12 at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 19 at Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 19 at Denver Broncos 4:25 PM CBS
Nov. 27 Houston Texans (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN Nov. 26 Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 3 Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 4 Pittsburgh Steelers (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 10 at Pittsburgh Steelers * 8:30 PM NBC Dec. 10 Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 17 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 17 at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 23 Indianapolis Colts (Sat) 4:30 PM NFLN Dec. 24 Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 31 Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 31 at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
CLEVELAND BROWNS ET TV PITTSBURGH STEELERS ET TV
Sep. 10 Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 10 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 17 at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 17 Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 24 at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 24 at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 1 Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 1 at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 8 New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 8 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 15 at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 15 at Kansas City Chiefs 4:25 PM CBS
Oct. 22 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 22 Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 29 Minnesota Vikings (London) 9:30 AM NFLN Oct. 29 at Detroit Lions * 8:30 PM NBC
Nov. 5 BYE Nov. 5 BYE
Nov. 12 at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 12 at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 19 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 16 Tennessee Titans (Thu) 8:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Nov. 26 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 26 Green Bay Packers * 8:30 PM NBC
Dec. 3 at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM CBS Dec. 4 at Cincinnati Bengals (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 10 Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 10 Baltimore Ravens * 8:30 PM NBC
Dec. 17 Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 17 New England Patriots 4:25 PM CBS
Dec. 24 at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 25 at Houston Texans (Mon) 4:30 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Dec. 31 at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 31 Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD


 

2017 AFC EAST TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

BUFFALO BILLS ET TV MIAMI DOLPHINS ET TV
Sep. 10 New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 17 at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 17 at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM CBS
Sep. 24 Denver Broncos 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 24 at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 1 at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 1 New Orleans Saints (London) 9:30 AM FOX
Oct. 8 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 8 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 15 BYE Oct. 15 at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 22 New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 29 Oakland Raiders 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 26 at Baltimore Ravens (Thu) 8:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Nov. 2 at New York Jets (Thu) 8:25 PM NFLN Nov. 5 Oakland Raiders * 8:30 PM NBC
Nov. 12 New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 13 at Carolina Panthers (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Nov. 19 at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM FOX Nov. 19 BYE
Nov. 26 at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 26 at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 3 New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 3 Denver Broncos 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 10 Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 11 New England Patriots (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Dec. 17 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 17 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 24 at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 24 at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 31 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 31 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS ET TV NEW YORK JETS ET TV
Sep. 7 Kansas City Chiefs (Thu) 8:30 PM NBC Sep. 10 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 17 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 17 at Oakland Raiders 4:05 PM CBS
Sep. 24 Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 24 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 1 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 1 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 5 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Thu) 8:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon Oct. 8 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 15 at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 15 New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 22 Atlanta Falcons * 8:30 PM NBC Oct. 22 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 29 Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 29 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 5 BYE Nov. 2 Buffalo Bills (Thu) 8:25 PM NFLN
Nov. 12 at Denver Broncos * 8:30 PM NBC Nov. 12 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 19 at Oakland Raiders (Mexico City) 4:25 PM CBS Nov. 19 BYE
Nov. 26 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 26 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 3 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 3 Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 11 at Miami Dolphins (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN Dec. 10 at Denver Broncos 4:05 PM CBS
Dec. 17 at Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25 PM CBS Dec. 17 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 24 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 24 Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 31 New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 31 at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

 

2017 AFC SOUTH TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

HOUSTON TEXANS CT TV INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ET TV
Sep. 10 Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS Sep. 10 at Los Angeles Rams 4:05 PM CBS
Sep. 14 at Cincinnati Bengals (Thu) 7:25 PM NFLN Sep. 17 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 24 at New England Patriots 12:00 PM CBS Sep. 24 Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 1 Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 1 at Seattle Seahawks 8:30 PM NBC
Oct. 8 Kansas City Chiefs * 7:30 PM NBC Oct. 8 San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 15 Cleveland Browns 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 16 at Tennessee Titans (Mon) 8:30 PM ESPN
Oct. 22 BYE Oct. 22 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 29 at Seattle Seahawks 3:05 PM CBS Oct. 29 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 5 Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM CBS Nov. 5 at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 12 at Los Angeles Rams 3:05 PM CBS Nov. 12 Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 19 Arizona Cardinals 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 19 BYE
Nov. 27 at Baltimore Ravens (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN Nov. 26 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 3 at Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 3 at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 10 San Francisco 49ers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 10 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 17 at Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 14 Denver Broncos (Thu) 8:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Dec. 25 Pittsburgh Steelers (Mon) 3:30 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon Dec. 23 at Baltimore Ravens (Sat) 4:30 PM NFLN
Dec. 31 at Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 31 Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS ET TV TENNESSEE TITANS CT TV
Sep. 10 at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 10 Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM CBS
Sep. 17 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 17 at Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS
Sep. 24 Baltimore Ravens (London) 9:30 AM TBD Sep. 24 Seattle Seahawks 3:05 PM FOX
Oct. 1 at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 1 at Houston Texans 12:00 PM CBS
Oct. 8 at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 8 at Miami Dolphins 12:00 PM CBS
Oct. 15 Los Angeles Rams 4:05 PM FOX Oct. 16 Indianapolis Colts (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN
Oct. 22 at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 22 at Cleveland Browns 12:00 PM CBS
Oct. 29 BYE Oct. 29 BYE
Nov. 5 Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 5 Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM CBS
Nov. 12 Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 12 Cincinnati Bengals 12:00 PM FOX
Nov. 19 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 16 at Pittsburgh Steelers (Thu) 7:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Nov. 26 at Arizona Cardinals 4:25 PM CBS Nov. 26 at Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 3 Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 3 Houston Texans 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 10 Seattle Seahawks 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 10 at Arizona Cardinals 3:05 PM CBS
Dec. 17 Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 17 at San Francisco 49ers 3:25 PM CBS
Dec. 24 at San Francisco 49ers 4:05 PM CBS Dec. 24 Los Angeles Rams 12:00 PM FOX
Dec. 31 at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 31 Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

 

2017 AFC WEST TEAM SCHEDULES
(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

DENVER BRONCOS MT TV KANSAS CITY CHIEFS CT TV
Sep. 11 Los Angeles Chargers (Mon) 8:20 PM ESPN Sep. 7 at New England Patriots (Thu) 7:30 PM NBC
Sep. 17 Dallas Cowboys 2:25 PM FOX Sep. 17 Philadelphia Eagles 12:00 PM FOX
Sep. 24 at Buffalo Bills 11:00 AM CBS Sep. 24 at Los Angeles Chargers 3:25 PM CBS
Oct. 1 Oakland Raiders 2:25 PM CBS Oct. 2 Washington Redskins (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN
Oct. 8 BYE Oct. 8 at Houston Texans * 7:30 PM NBC
Oct. 15 New York Giants * 6:30 PM NBC Oct. 15 Pittsburgh Steelers 3:25 PM CBS
Oct. 22 at Los Angeles Chargers 2:25 PM CBS Oct. 19 at Oakland Raiders (Thu) 7:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Oct. 30 at Kansas City Chiefs (Mon) 6:30 PM ESPN Oct. 30 Denver Broncos (Mon) 7:30 PM ESPN
Nov. 5 at Philadelphia Eagles 11:00 AM CBS Nov. 5 at Dallas Cowboys 3:25 PM CBS
Nov. 12 New England Patriots * 6:30 PM NBC Nov. 12 BYE
Nov. 19 Cincinnati Bengals 2:25 PM CBS Nov. 19 at New York Giants 12:00 PM CBS
Nov. 26 at Oakland Raiders 2:25 PM CBS Nov. 26 Buffalo Bills 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 3 at Miami Dolphins 11:00 AM CBS Dec. 3 at New York Jets 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 10 New York Jets 2:05 PM CBS Dec. 10 Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 14 at Indianapolis Colts (Thu) 6:25 PM NBC/NFLN/Amazon Dec. 16 Los Angeles Chargers (Sat) 7:25 PM NFLN
Dec. 24 at Washington Redskins 11:00 AM CBS Dec. 24 Miami Dolphins 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 31 Kansas City Chiefs 2:25 PM CBS Dec. 31 at Denver Broncos 3:25 PM CBS
OAKLAND RAIDERS PT TV LOS ANGELES CHARGERS PT TV
Sep. 10 at Tennessee Titans 10:00 AM CBS Sep. 11 at Denver Broncos (Mon) 7:20 PM ESPN
Sep. 17 New York Jets 1:05 PM CBS Sep. 17 Miami Dolphins 1:05 PM CBS
Sep. 24 at Washington Redskins 5:30 PM NBC Sep. 24 Kansas City Chiefs 1:25 PM CBS
Oct. 1 at Denver Broncos 1:25 PM CBS Oct. 1 Philadelphia Eagles 1:05 PM FOX
Oct. 8 Baltimore Ravens 1:05 PM CBS Oct. 8 at New York Giants 10:00 AM CBS
Oct. 15 Los Angeles Chargers 1:25 PM CBS Oct. 15 at Oakland Raiders 1:25 PM CBS
Oct. 19 Kansas City Chiefs (Thu) 5:25 PM CBS/NFLN/Amazon Oct. 22 Denver Broncos 1:25 PM CBS
Oct. 29 at Buffalo Bills 10:00 AM CBS Oct. 29 at New England Patriots 10:00 AM CBS
Nov. 5 at Miami Dolphins * 5:30 PM NBC Nov. 5 BYE
Nov. 12 BYE Nov. 12 at Jacksonville Jaguars 10:00 AM CBS
Nov. 19 New England Patriots (Mexico City) 1:25 PM CBS Nov. 19 Buffalo Bills 1:05 PM FOX
Nov. 26 Denver Broncos 1:25 PM CBS Nov. 23 at Dallas Cowboys (Thu) 1:30 PM CBS
Dec. 3 New York Giants 1:25 PM FOX Dec. 3 Cleveland Browns 1:05 PM CBS
Dec. 10 at Kansas City Chiefs 10:00 AM CBS Dec. 10 Washington Redskins 1:05 PM CBS
Dec. 17 Dallas Cowboys * 5:30 PM NBC Dec. 16 at Kansas City Chiefs (Sat) 5:25 PM NFLN
Dec. 25 at Philadelphia Eagles (Mon) 5:30 PM ESPN Dec. 24 at New York Jets 10:00 AM CBS
Dec. 31 at Los Angeles Chargers 1:25 PM CBS Dec. 31 Oakland Raiders 1:25 PM CBS
* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

NFL Network announces 18 games to be televised in 2017; Bengals, Browns each on once

​​Schedule Includes All 13 ‘Thursday Night Football’ Games

Presented by Bud Light

With the release of the 2017 NFL regular season schedule, NFL Network announced it will televise 18 games over the course of the upcoming season, featuring nine Divisional matchups and 11 playoff teams from 2016.

As part of the 18-game schedule, 13 regular season Thursday Night Football games will be televised nationally by NFL Network, either exclusively or as a simulcast of the respective CBS or NBC broadcast.

Presented by Bud Light, the slate of 13 regular season Thursday Night Football games kicks off when the Houston Texans visit the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, September 14 exclusively on NFL Network. All Thursday Night Football games will again kickoff at 8:25 PM ET.

Both CBS and NBC will produce Thursday Night Football with their lead broadcasters and production teams, and both will contribute to the production of Thursday Night Football exclusively on NFL Network.

Along with the simulcast on NFL Network, Amazon’s Prime Video will stream 11 games, including 10 Thursday Night Football games broadcast by CBS and NBC, as well as a Christmas Day game broadcast by NBC, to the tens of millions of Amazon Prime members worldwide, once again securing the league’s “Tri-Cast” model of broadcast (NBC/CBS), cable (NFL Network), and digital (Amazon Prime Video) distribution.

In addition to the 13 regular season Thursday Night Football games, NFL Network will televise a Week 8 International Series matchup from London, a Week 15 Saturday double header, and two Week 16 games.

The entire 18-game NFL Network schedule will also be streamed live on the NFL Mobile from Verizon app (NFL.com/mobile), the NFL app on Xbox One and Windows 10, and through Watch NFL Network on tablets, PCs and various connected TV devices (NFL.com/watch), with participating television providers.

 

2017 NFL NETWORK SCHEDULE

Week 2: Thursday, September 14 (NFL Network)

Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals

Week 3: Thursday, September 21 (NFL Network)

Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers

Week 4: Thursday, September 28 (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Week 5: Thursday, October 5 (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

New England Patriots at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 6: Thursday, October 12 (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers

Week 7: Thursday, October 19 (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders

Week 8: Thursday, October 26 (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens

Week 8: Sunday, October 29 (NFL Network)

Minnesota Vikings at Cleveland Browns (London)

Week 9: Thursday, November 2 (NFL Network)

Buffalo Bills at New York Jets

Week 10: Thursday, November 9 (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

Week 11: Thursday, November 16 (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 13: Thursday, November 30 (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys

Week 14: Thursday, December 7 (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

Week 15: Thursday, December 14 (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts

Week 15: Saturday, December 16 (NFL Network)

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Week 15: Saturday, December 16 (NFL Network)

Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs

Week 16: Saturday, December 23 (NFL Network)

Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens

Week 16: Monday, December 25 (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)

Pittsburgh Steelers at Houston Texans

For more information about ways to watch Thursday Night Football, visit: nfl.com/tnf

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, NFL Now, NFL Mobile from Verizon and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can also be streamed live on smartphones through NFL Mobile from Verizon, as well as other digital platforms through Watch NFL Network on tablet (NFL Mobile, Watch NFL Network and NFL on Windows 10 apps), PC (NFL.com/watch), Xbox One and Xbox 360 (NFL on Xbox app) and other connected TV devices (NFL app on Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Android TV and Amazon Fire TV). Watch NFL Network access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL NETWORK; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Fans heading to NFL Draft in Philadelphia, plenty of opportunities to participate in free activities

 

2017 NFL DRAFT IN PHILADELPHIA

New Renderings of Fan Experience & Draft Theater Available Here

 

When the 82ND NFL DRAFT comes to Philadelphia from April 27 to April 29, the NFL will bring a record number of free fan experiences, including interactive exhibits, immersive games, virtual reality experiences, flag football competitions, autograph sessions, photo opportunities with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, and more.

 

The 2017 NFL Draft will occur along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, incorporating famed city landmarks such as The Franklin Institute and the iconic steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. For the first time, the NFL is constructing an open-air theater where fans can view all three Draft days in an outdoor environment. This unique setup will allow for the largest live audience ever to view the team selections.

 

In addition, Benjamin Franklin Parkway is being transformed into the NFL DRAFT EXPERIENCE PRESENTED BY DANNON® OIKOS® TRIPLE ZERO, a three-day fan festival spanning the size of 25 football fields. This expansive outdoor celebration will be the largest activation created by the league and include a first-of-its-kind 100-yard NFL zip line with aerial views above the parkway.

 

2017 NFL DRAFT

 

ROUND 1, set for Thursday, April 27 at 8:00 PM ET, will include prospects walking the red carpet before the start of the NFL Draft. On Friday, April 28 starting at 7:00 PM ET, thirty-two former players from the NFL Legends Community – along with past recipients and team winners of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award presented by Nationwide – will announce selections for ROUNDS 2-3.

 

ROUNDS 4-5 will be broadcast from locations across the country as teams will announce their selections at their facilities and other unique market locations on Saturday, April 29 starting at 12:00 PM ET. Picks for ROUND 6 will feature appearances by youth football teams across the country, and ROUND 7 will bring fans back to Philadelphia for the culmination of the Draft live from the NFL Draft Theater.

 

The NFL is launching an official companion app, NFL Draft – Fan Mobile Pass, to guide visitors through the NFL Draft Experience in Philadelphia and to also provide exclusive chances to win prizes – including exclusive Draft memorabilia, the ability to collect badges at interactive events, and more. Fans may visit NFL.com/apps/draft later this week to download the app.

 

All three days of the 2017 NFL Draft will be televised nationally by NFL Network and ESPN. ESPN Deportes will also nationally broadcast Round 1 on April 27 in Spanish. Fans should visit NFL.com/Draft, follow @NFL on Twitter, and use #NFLDraft for the most up-to-date information.

Selection Square Driven by Hyundai

 

Selection Square Driven by Hyundai will serve as one of the epicenters of the 2017 NFL Draft. Located at The Franklin Institute, Selection Square will feature all 32 team tables where representatives from each team will make their Draft selections throughout the three days.

 

Selection Square will feature a free viewing gallery in the rotunda of the historic Benjamin Franklin National Memorial. Highlights of the viewing gallery include a real-time, up-close look at the player selection process and ability to watch NFL Network-produced programming live from the NFL Draft.

 

NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero:​

 

The free NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos Triple Zero will feature interactive elements, flag football competitions, concessions, player appearances/autograph signings, NFL Shop at Draft presented by Visa, the NFL PLAY 60 Zone presented by Danimals®, where youth football clinics will take place, visits by Draft prospects, and more.

 

Hours of operation are: Thursday, April 27: 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM; Friday, April 28: 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM; and Saturday, April 29: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. An assortment of fan activities are detailed below, and additional information is available at NFL.com/DraftExperience.

 

Examples of Games

  • Zip to the Future presented by Oikos Triple Zero Fly over NFL Draft Experience on a 100-yard zip line. Due to high demand, timed reservations will be made available via Fan Mobile Pass.

  • Combine Corner – From racing against NFL players to running routes, fans can test their football and athletic skills at Combine Corner. Featured attractions include:

o    Vertical Jump: Take your position at the vertical jump and find out what the difference between your reach and the flag you hit is, just like at the NFL Scouting Combine.

o    40-Yard Dash: Race down the field against digital NFL players on a 40-yard long LED wall.

 

  • Hail Mary Test your long-distance accuracy by throwing a deep pass over defenders into a drop-in net.

 

  • Oikos Triple Zero Field Goal Kick Test your ability to kick a field goal through NFL uprights.

  • Touch Pass Master one of the most difficult throws for an NFL quarterback by throwing the ball on an arc over a defensive player and into a net.
  • NFL Virtual Reality – Experience NFL games using virtual reality technology.

    Examples of Attractions

 

  • NFL Draft Set Visit the official NFL Draft set from Thursday to Saturday and see the view from behind the podium.

 

  • ESPN Set Check out SportsCenter LIVE from NFL Draft Experience.

 

  • NFL Network Desk presented by Ford F Series Take your seat behind the NFL Network Total Access desk and break down the game.
  • NFL Draft Experience Tailgate Enjoy selections from some of Philadelphia’s best restaurants in a “taste of the town” tailgate.

 

  • NFL Museum (Pro Football Hall of Fame display area) – This exhibit features historical Hall of Fame memorabilia, a full collection of 50 Super Bowl rings, Conference Championship trophies, and a chance to create your own digital Hall of Fame bronze bust.

 

  • NFL Auction Prizes and Giveaways – Located in the NFL Museum, stop by for cool giveaways and chances to win unique NFL instant prizes for registered fans. View game worn and signed memorabilia available only on the NFL Auction website, and learn about the charities and foundations that the NFL and NFL Auction support.

 

  • Vince Lombardi Trophy – Take a photo with the Super Bowl trophy.

 

  • AFC & NFC Locker Rooms – Visit a replica NFL locker room as it appears on gameday. Experience the sights of an NFL pregame with sleek transparent LCDs.
  • College Football Corner Fans can view College Football Hall of Fame memorabilia from former first round Draft picks and Eagles legends, and cheer on Draft prospects from their favorite college team. Life size player mannequins offer unique photo opportunities.

 

At the Draft Experience, NFL partners are participating in unprecedented and bigger ways:

 

  • Aquafina NFL Helmet Photo Opportunity – Find your favorite NFL team oversized helmet and have your photo taken by an Aquafina brand ambassador. Share your photos through your favorite social channel and the Fan Mobile Pass app.

  • Bridgestone Experience at NFL Draft Experience – Dive into the action, make the winning catch in our football photo experience, pose in an NFL Draft picture frame, and challenge your friends to an interactive football game.

 

  • Bud Build A Bar Attendees can grab their friends and try their hand in the Bud Light Vend Zone, a fully-customized vending machine that rewards attendees with each successful throw of the football. Afterwards, snap a pic in front of the Bud Light can wall and enjoy other games.

  • Campbell’s® Campbell’s® soup will be rolling into the NFL Draft Experience in their food truck with samples of two fan favorites, Campbells Chunky® and SpaghettiOs®. NFL players will be making special appearances at the sampling truck throughout the weekend. After filling up on samples, fans may head over to the NFL PLAY 60 Zone Obstacle Course presented by Campbell’s® & SpaghettiOs® to test their football skills.

  • Courtyard Courtyard, the official hotel of the NFL, will celebrate the Draft coming to Philadelphia with lively fan interactives, including “Be a Broadcaster Video Smash-Up” and a “40-Character Dash.” Fans will have access to NFL stars, compete to win prizes, and experience Courtyard’s hospitality.

 

  • FedEx Shipping Center – Send home your officially licensed NFL Draft merchandise from the convenient FedEx Office Shipping Center.
  • NFL Draft Tavern presented by Bud Light – Grab a drink and support your team during the event at the NFL Draft Tavern presented by Bud Light.

  • NFL Shop at Draft presented by Visa Stop by for the largest assortment of NFL Draft merchandise, including customizable Nike Jerseys and the official 2017 NFL Draft Cap by New Era and exclusive Draft gear.

  • NFL SUNDAY TICKET True Fan Zone – Stop by to learn how you can stream every out-of-market game, every Sunday afternoon from your favorite devices. Then, step into the “Sound Off Station” and show everyone your passion for your team.

  • Oikos Triple Zero Sampling Truck Visit the Oikos Triple Zero truck to sample protein packed snacks from the Official Yogurt Sponsor of the NFL.
  • Oikos Unstoppable Drop Take your chance at dropping a football down larger-than-life Oikos Triple Zero gameboard. With the right bounces, fans could instantly win exciting NFL Draft prizes.
    • Appearance Schedule

      Thursday, April 27:     Carson Wentz

      Friday, April 28:          Jeremiah Trotter

  • Panini America – The exclusive physical trading card partner of the NFL, Panini America will give fans the opportunity to win packs of Panini NFL trading cards and receive the Panini NFL Sticker Album. Fans can create their own digital Panini trading card, interact with their Panini Gridiron app, and learn how to collect the actual trading cards of this year’s Draft picks from Panini Instant.

  • Rolling with the Rookies presented by Hyundai Four Santa Fe vehicles will be wrapped with designs by renowned cleat artist Marcus Rivero, and each vehicle’s wrap will reflect the unique life story of four potential first-round pick rookies. Inside “Rolling with the Rookies,” Hyundai is going beyond the numbers by showing the life journey of these four rookies in its first original NFL content series highlighting the people, places, and experiences that truly shaped them. On display, in addition to the custom designed vehicles, will be four immersive exhibits highlighting footage and memorabilia from each player’s life.

  • SiriusXM SiriusXM NFL Radio and SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio bring expert analysis of the 2017 NFL Draft to the Draft Experience. Stop by, see your favorite hosts, listen to live coverage of each pick, and get all the big news that will impact your fantasy team.

  • Skittles Makes the 2017 NFL Draft Awesomer – Visit the Team Skittles Locker Room to make your NFL Draft Experience Awesomer with exclusive Skittles photo-ops and delicious samples.

 

  • Tostitos Cantina – Engage with current and former NFL players while they talk about their experiences during past NFL Drafts and grab a bag of Tostitos Tortilla Chips.
    • Appearance Schedule
      Friday, April 28:          4:00 PM – 5:00 PM                 Ron Jaworski
      Saturday, April 29:      11:00 AM – 12:00 PM            Zach Ertz

 

  • XFINITY Zone at NFL Draft Experience – Visit the XFINITY Zone at NFL Draft Experience and catch live NFL Draft coverage on NFL Network, meet NFL celebrities, and players win prizes, and more.
  • Visa –  The Visa activation at NFL Draft Experience will showcase an innovative retail experience. Visa and M&T Bank have teamed up to offer gift cards and dedicated check-out lanes for fans who complete a mobile pay demo. Stop by the Visa activation in NFL Draft Experience to demo the latest technology.

 

Play Football Field presented by Danimals®

 

The NFL and USA Football will host youth football clinics at the Play Football Field presented by Danimals. Local USA Football coaches and NFL players will demonstrate Heads Up tackling amongst other skills and drills.

 

On-field football clinics are open to boys and girls ages 6-17. Clinics are free and open on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

  • Thursday, April 27:     4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
  • Friday, April 28:           4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
  • Saturday, April 29:      12:00 PM to 3:00 PM; 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM; 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

NFL PLAY 60 Zone presented by Danimals®

The NFL PLAY 60 Zone presented by Danimals is an interactive area specifically designed for the youngest NFL fans to get active and moving. Participants can race through agility drills like the pros, test their high jump abilities, and weave through mini tackling.

 

The following is a sampling of attractions:

 

  • Gear Up and Go Try on NFL equipment and feel what it is like to gear up for gameday.

  • Kids’ Extra Point Kick Test your ability to kick a field goal through the uprights.

 

  • Kids’ Long Snap Test the ability to snap the ball like a pro.
  • Kids’ Quarterback Challenge Test your passing skills.

  • NFL PLAY 60 App Station – Run, jump, and turn through a simulated world in an app designed by NFL PLAY 60 and the American Heart Association.

 

  • NFL PLAY 60 Challenge Virtual Field Trip – Take a virtual field trip with the NFL and the American Heart Association to learn how easy and fun it is to get active and heart healthy.

 

  • NFL PLAY 60 Zone Obstacle Course presented by Campbell’s® & SpaghettiOs® Race through agility drills just like the pros. Test your high jump abilities and weave through mini tackling dummies.

    NFL RUSH Gameday Experience gameday with an app designed for kids to play fun games, customize their own avatars, watch awesome videos, and unlock cool digital gear from their favorite teams.

Autograph Stage at Draft presented by Panini

 

Fans may get free autographs from current NFL players and NFL Legends from Thursday, April 27 through Saturday, April 29. An autograph schedule will be released in the coming days. There will also be appearances by team mascots and cheerleaders from the Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens and more.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Kamran Mumtaz, NFL; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

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