The NFL’s Thanksgiving Day weekend is going to be filled with plenty of action.
The NFL announced Thursday it will hold a slate of eight games, including the Super Bowl and the Superbowl LI, on Thanksgiving night.
In addition, teams will be on the field for two weeks of pregame festivities, which is part of the NFL’s tradition of keeping the season fresh.
NFL Media’s Jason La Canfora will be at the NFL Combine, which will take place on Thursday, and will be live-blogging the event.
The combine will provide an excellent look at the draft and other important storylines, including what the league is planning for the upcoming season.
Here’s a look at what you need to know before heading to the field.
Teams will practice all day on Thursday and Friday, which means you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get a feel for the field before the combine starts.
There will be a ton of pre-game preparation for the SuperBowl on Thursday night.
Here are some of the other things you need: A. It’s not a traditional Super Bowl, as the teams will not play each other in the first two weeks.
The only other game in which two teams will play each another is the NFC Championship Game.
The game will also be played in Nashville, Tennessee, where the Tennessee Titans defeated the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.
The games will be played on the road.
This means there are plenty of options for those looking to watch both the Super bowl and the NFL Championship Game on the same day.
The last time a Super Bowl was played on a neutral field in Los Angeles was in 2009.
There is no pre-draft process for the draft.
The league has a team draft on Wednesday.
The draft is expected to be held in New York on Thursday afternoon.
Teams can play the regular season opener on Thanksgiving.
The two-game series will be held on Thanksgiving, which has been the traditional time for the league to draft its rookies.
However, that game will be in Nashville.
Teams that finish the regular-season with the most points will play the Superbowl, which can be played at any time after Thanksgiving.
The Super Bowl will be the NFL Game of the Week on Thursday.
It will be aired on Thursday nights at 7 p.m.
ET on NBC.
Teams have the option of playing the AFC Championship Game and Super Bowl.
Both games will also air on Thursday at 8 p., which also means that teams can play on Thanksgiving as well.
Teams still have the right to play the AFC title game on the first day of the regular campaign.
That game will begin on Friday.
There are plenty more exciting things to watch in the NFL combine.
Here is a look through the rest of the league: