The NFL's full regular-season schedule for 2019 will be revealed soon.
The league announced Tuesday that it will release the slate of games for the upcoming season on at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
As the NFL prepares to celebrate its 100th season, it will divert from recent precdent of having the defending champion host the Thursday night opener, as the Chicago Bears instead will host the Green Bay Packers on September 5. The Super Bowl LIII-winning New England Patriots are expected to host the Sunday Night Football matchup in Week 1.
The slate will also feature rematches of both the AFC Championship Game, with the Patriots hosting the Kansas City Chiefs, and the NFC Championship Game, as the New Orleans Saints will travel to face the Los Angeles Rams.
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