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Despite the coronavirus pandemic forcing many professional sports leagues to postpone their seasons, the NFL has widely operated on schedule this offseason.

The league still plans to begin its 2020 campaign as expected Sept. 10, which would mark the first NFL game since the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV last February.

On Monday, the NFL announced that it would be releasing the full regular-season schedule Thursday at 8 p.m. The matchups, dates, times and locations for all 256 games will be made public for the first time, with a three-hour NFL Network special broadcast airing that night to break down the full slate.

For the final time, all teams will play a 16-game schedule. The new Collective Bargaining Agreement, approved in March, stipulates that the season will be extended to 17 games beginning in 2021.

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