The NFL’s season is set to resume in less than two weeks, and its season is already in turmoil.
The league has been dealing with a number of issues in recent weeks, as players have been protesting for the first time in more than two decades and the league has faced accusations of collusion with a political organization.
Here’s what we know about the league’s schedule for the 2016 season: November 4: NFC Wild Card game (Arizona Cardinals vs. New York Jets) – Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions (7:30 p.m.
ET) The Cardinals will be the first team to take the field since losing a playoff game to the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs in Week 5.
The Cardinals are 2-2 since the beginning of the season, including a 9-4 mark when playing the New Orleans Saints.
November 10: NFL Honors Night (NFL Hall of Fame Game) (2:30 a.m.)- Broncos at Chiefs (3:00 a., 7:00 p.met) The Broncos will host the Chiefs in their first meeting since 2010, when the Broncos won 23-14.
The Broncos are 2:17-1 against the Chiefs this season.
December 5: Super Bowl (Broncos vs. Patriots) (10:00:00) The Super Bowl will be played in New England on Sunday, December 5.
The Broncos are 1-1 this season when playing at home.
January 10: NFL Draft (NFL Draft, 6:00-7:00 PM ET) (7 p.d.)
The Denver Broncos will hold their annual NFL draft party on Thursday, January 10, at the Pepsi Center in Denver.
A draft-day press conference will be held at 6:30pm PT, with Denver’s own media scheduled to attend.
The NFL is set up to allow live streaming of the event, and the first-round picks will be awarded by the draft lottery.
February 4: National Football League Awards Ceremony (NFC Championship Game) 12:00 am ET (1:00 pm CT) After winning the Super Bowl, the Broncos are looking to bounce back and make a deep run at another Super Bowl in 2017.
March 6: NBA All-Star Game 11:30 am ET The Denver Broncos host the Houston Rockets in a preseason game on Sunday.
April 3: Eagles vs. Giants 10:30 pm ET It will be a rematch of the NFC Championship Game between the Eagles and Giants.
May 16: Olympic Games 11 am ETThe 2018 Winter Games begin on Monday, May 16. June 3: NBA All–Star Game (NBA All Stars) 1:30 PM ET (3 p.t.)
Denver will host its first game since winning the NFL title game. July 3: NFL Hall Of Fame Game 7:15 p.mt.
Denver’s first Super Bowl win is the first in the NFL since 2006.
September 16: College Football Playoffs 10 am ET(noon ET) The 2018 NCAA Tournament will begin on Sunday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.
October 8: The Super Bowl 9:00 AM ET A rematch of last year’s Super Bowl between the Broncos and Giants will be televised in its entirety on NBC Sports.
It is the second time the NFL will televise a Super Bowl rematch this season, after it hosted the first meeting in 2011.
After being knocked out of the Superbowl last year, the Denver Broncos are seeking their second title.
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