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After months of waiting, the 2018 New Orleans Saints schedule is here. The NFL officially released their schedule on Thursday evening. All kickoff times are central.
2018 Regular Season Schedule
Week 1 (9/9): Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 12 p.m.
Week 2 (9/16): Cleveland Browns, 12 p.m.
Week 3 (9/23): at Atlanta Falcons, 12 p.m.
Week 4 (9/30): at New York Giants, 3:25 p.m.
Week 5 (10/8): Washington Redskins (Monday Night Football), 7:15 p.m.
Week 6 (10/14): BYE WEEK
Week 7 (10/21): at Baltimore Ravens, 3:05 p.m.
Week 8 (10/28): at Minnesota Vikings (Sunday Night Football), 7:20 p.m.
Week 9 (11/4): Los Angeles Rams, 3:25 p.m.
Week 10 (11/11): at Cincinnati Bengals, 12 p.m.
Week 11 (11/18): Philadelphia Eagles, 3:25 p.m.
Week 12 (11/22): Atlanta Falcons (Thanksgiving), 7:20 p.m.

You knew the league was going to be loving the Raiders this season with Jon Gruden back. And that goes two-fold for ESPN where Gruden spent the past nine years as an analyst. His old gig is going to be covering his new gig is covering his new gig twice this season according to the Sports Business Journal.

Source on ESPN’s Monday night schedule (in no order): Skins-Eagles, Broncs-Oak, KC-Broncs, Skins-Saints, Titans-Cowboys, Pats-Bills, NYJ-Lions, NYG-SF, NYG-Falcons, SF-Pack, Chiefs-Rams, Steelers-Bucs, Rams-Raiders, Hawks-Bears, Titans-Texans, Vikes-Hawks, Saints-Panthers.— John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ) April 19, 2018

They will face the Broncos and Rams this season on Monday night according to this report. And if the order of teams is also intentional, they’re both in Oakland. Though we don’t yet know which weeks they’ll be, we’ll find that out very soon.

It is certainly an exciting time in football. The NFL Draft in Dallas, Texas will take place next Thursday, and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Tuesday that the NFL will release the regular-season schedule tonight. We already know who the teams will play, but we today find out where on the schedule.
Here is a first look at the teams 2018 regular season schedule.
Week 1: vs. Bills (Sun., Sept. 9, 1:00 PM)
Week 2: @ Bengals (Thu., Sept. 13, 8:20 PM)
Week 3: vs. Broncos (Sun., Sept. 23, 1:00 PM)
Week 4: @ Steelers (Sun., Sept. 30, 8:20 PM)
Week 5: @ Browns ( Sun., Oct. 7, 1:00 PM)
Week 6: @ Titans (Sun., Oct, 14, 4:25 PM)
Week 7: vs. Saints (Sun., Oct. 21, 4:05 PM)
Week 8: @ Panthers (Sun., Oct. 28, 1:00 PM)
Week 9: vs. Steelers (Sun., Nov. 4, 1:00 PM)
Week 10: BYE
Week 11: vs. Bengals (Sun., Nov.

Canton awaits, Dwight. After spending just five games with the Detroit Lions in 2017, defensive end Dwight Freeney is retiring. He’ll sign a one-day contract with the team that drafted him, the Indianapolis Colts, then announce his retirement this week:

93 is retiring as an Indianapolis Colt: https://t.co/xhrhrSK309Thanks for the memories, @dwightfreeney! pic.twitter.com/VJop23JC9Y— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) April 19, 2018

The Lions had a small roster move on Thursday, cutting cornerback Adairius Barnes just one day after signing Raysean Pringle.
Lions general manager Bob Quinn held a pre-draft press conference on Thursday. As expected, he said a whole lot without saying much of anything at all. Either way, you can watch the entire thing here:

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