The NFL is targeting May 11 to release the 2023 regular season schedule, ESPN reported Sunday.
Commissioner Roger Goodell and scheduling czar Howard Katz will meet Monday to continue to finalize details, per the report.
Their job, particularly scheduling prime-time games, gained more clarity with the recent trade of quarterback Aaron Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers to the New York Jets as well as the re-signing of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Last year, the 17-game schedules for the 2022 regular season were released on May 12.
–Field Level Media