2022 NFL Schedule: Release date, details and more – NFL.com

With the 2022 NFL Draft almost upon us, the next big anticipated event of the NFL offseason is the upcoming season’s schedule release. Below are answers to all of your burning questions to get you ready for the start of the 2022 season.
The NFL will announce the full 2022 NFL regular-season schedule on NFL Network, NFL.com and the NFL app on Thursday, May 12 at 8 p.m. ET.
Ahead of the release of the full 2022 NFL regular season schedule on May 12, the following games will be announced:
The 2022 NFL season is set to kick off on Thursday, Sept. 8. If the NFL follows tradition, the first game of the season will be hosted by the winners of the previous Super Bowl — in this case, the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium.
The league splits its 32 teams into two conferences — the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). Each 16-team conference is then split into four divisions of four teams each — the East, North, South and West.
There will be 17 games for each team this season, and here’s a breakdown of how each team’s opponents are set:
While the 2022 NFL schedule has yet to be announced, each team already knows its opponents for next season.
Check out how the NFL schedule is created each year.
Super Bowl LVII will take place on Feb. 12, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona — the home of the Cardinals.
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The Buffalo Bills, already boasting a top-five scoring defense and a 7-3 record, will be returning All-Pro cornerback Tre’Davious White for a matchup against the Detroit Lions in the inaugural John Madden Thanksgiving Celebration.
Inactive reports for Thanksgiving Day games: Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions; New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys; and New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that should Lions first-round WR Jameson Williams make it through next week’s full-speed practices unscathed, there is a good chance he’s activated.
As we settle down for a day of food, family and football, so are NFL players, those playing in Thursday’s games and those celebrating the festivities with their families.
Dallas Cowboys star linebacker Micah Parsons, along with defensive end Demarcus Lawrence, are expected to play in their team’s Thanksgiving game versus the New York Giants today, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell believes the home crowd for the Thanksgiving game against the Buffalo Bills will be “on fire.”
Sitting intently in an otherwise empty film room, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Colt McCoy walked “Hard Knocks” viewers through his thoughts on a last-second film study and what it means to play in showcases like “Monday Night Football” in Mexico City.
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said Wednesday his thumb is broken, an injury he sustained on the final play of a loss to the New York Giants in London in Week 5.
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay announced Wednesday that quarterback Matthew Stafford is in the league’s concussion protocol and will not play this Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Jacksonville Jaguars claimed RB Darrell Henderson on Wednesday after he was waived Tuesday by the Rams, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero reported.
NFL.com tracks each team’s injuries ahead of Week 12 of the 2022 NFL season.
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