Beginning on Monday, 2023 March 13, the college pro day visit warms up. Peo days are the last most obvious opportunity for possibilities in the 2023 NFL draft and NFL Schedule 2023, teams to associate. For some possibilities, this is a first opportunity to turn out for teams in the event that there were injury issues and for other people, enhancing past performances is an opportunity. and

NFL Scheule-March 2023

Here is the full record of pro days paving the way to the draft. Make certain to continue to inquire to Draft Wire for all your draft data.

Ø  2023 March 13 on Monday –

  • Oregon State
  • Western Michigan
  • Coastal Carolina
  • South Carolina

Ø  2023 March 14 on Tuesday –

  • Louisiana Tech
  • Oregon
  • Clemson
  • NorthWestorn

Ø  2023 March 15 on Wednesday – (NFL SCHEDULE TODAY)

  • Central Michigan
  • Colorado
  • Georgia
  • Kent State
  • Louisiana
  • Mercer
  • Michigan State
  • Minnesota
  • UCLA
  • Air Force

Ø  2023 March 16 on Thursday –

  • Army
  • Eastern Michigan
  • Georgia State
  • Georgia Tech
  • Tulane
  • Arizona

Ø  2023 March 17 on Friday –

  • Georgia Southern
  • Michigan
  • San Diego
  • San Diego State

Ø  2023 March 20 on Monday –

 

  • Iowa
  • James Madison
  • Northern Iowa
  • Stony Brook
  • Syracuse
  • Toledo
  • Bowling Green

Ø  2023 March 21 on Tuesday –

 

  • Iowa State
  • Liberty
  • Maine
  • Ohio
  • Princeton
  • Rutgers
  • Stephen F. Austin
  • Troy
  • USC
  • Auburn

Ø  2023 March 22 on Wednesday –

 

  • Bryant
  • Delaware
  • Marshall
  • Nebraska
  • New Mexico State
  • Ohio State
  • SMU
  • Stanford
  • Temple
  • UAB
  • UConn
  • UTSA
  • Virginia
  • Virginia Tech
  • Weber State

Ø  2023 March 23 on Thursday –

 

  • Alabama
  • Cal
  • Cincinnati
  • Eastern Kentucky
  • Holy Cross
  • Houston
  • Merrimack
  • Northern IllinoisUMass
  • Utah
  • William & Mary
  • Wisconsin
  • Yale

 

Ø  2023 March 24 on Friday –

 

  • Boston College
  • BYU
  • Kentucky
  • Missouri
  • Notre Dame
  • Old Dominion
  • Penn State
  • San Jose State
  • Texas Southern

Ø  2023 March 27 on Monday –

 

  • Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  • Ball State
  • Baylor
  • Boise State
  • Duke
  • Florida International
  • Jackson State
  • Memphis
  • Miami
  • North Carolina
  • Sam Houston State
  • Southern Miss
  • UT Martin
  • West Virginia
  •  

Ø  2023 March 28 on Tuesday –

 

  • Arkansas State
  • California (PA)
  • Central Arkansas
  • East Carolina
  • Florida Atlantic
  • Louisville
  • Middle Tennessee
  • Mississippi State
  • North Carolina State
  • Shepherd
  • Texas A&M
  • Tulsa
  • Vanderbilt
  • Washington State

Ø  2023 March 29 on Wednesday –

 

  • Akron
  • Arkansas
  • Duquesne
  • Incarnate Word
  • LSU
  • Maryland
  • Mississippi
  • Morgan State
  • North Dakota
  • North Dakota State
  • North Texas
  • Oklahoma State
  • Pitt
  • Texas Tech
  • USF
  • Wake Forest
  • Washington
  • Western Kentucky

Ø  2023 March 30 on Thursday –

 

  • Charlotte
  • Florida
  • Fresno State
  • Appalachian State
  • Oklahoma
  • Ouachita Baptist
  • TCU
  • Tennessee
  • Wyoming

Ø  2023 March 31 on Friday –

 

  • Colorado State
  • Florida State
  • Chattanooga
  • Kansas
  • Kansas State
  • South Dakota State

NFL Schedule 2024

The 2024 NFL offseason is in full swing following the conclusion of the 2024 NFL Draft. With the draft behind us, the attention now turns to the eagerly anticipated release of the 2024 NFL schedule.

While the exact date of the schedule release hasn’t been confirmed by the NFL, historical patterns suggest it will likely occur in May. Drawing from previous years, it’s reasonable to anticipate the schedule being unveiled in early May, typically on a Thursday.

Thus, Thursday, May 9, emerges as a prime candidate for the announcement of the 2024 NFL schedule.

What are the Rule and Regulation to determine the NFL Schedule?

The NFL adheres to specific regulations when constructing its schedule. Here are the key details:

  • Each team participates in 17 regular season games.
  • Every team enjoys a bye week during the season.
  • Teams alternate hosting either nine regular season games and one preseason game or eight regular season games and two preseason games each season.
  • Within their division, each team faces off against divisional opponents twice, once at home and once away, totaling six games.
  • Teams also engage in four games against teams from a division within their conference, comprising two home games and two away games.
  • Additionally, teams play four games against teams from a division in the opposing conference, consisting of two home games and two away games.
  • Each team has two matchups against teams from the remaining divisions within its conference, with one game hosted at home and the other played away. The selection of opponents is based on the previous season’s division rankings.
  • The 17th game of the season for each team involves an extra matchup against a non-conference opponent from a division not on their regular schedule. The selection of opponents is also based on the previous season’s division rankings.

What does NFL stand for?

NFL stands for the National football team. The National Football League (NFL) is a professional American football league comprising 32 teams, which are split equally between the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). It stands as one of the premier professional sports leagues in North America and represents the highest level of professional American football globally.

The NFL season kicks off each year with a three-week preseason in August, followed by an 18-week regular season from early September to early January, where each team plays 17 games and has one bye week. After the regular season, the top seven teams from each conference—four division winners and three wild card teams—move on to the playoffs, a single-elimination tournament leading up to the Super Bowl. This championship game, held in February, features the champions of the AFC and NFC.

Who is the highest paid NFL player?

Joe Burrow is the highest-paid NFL player.

Joe Burrow: Joseph Lee Burrow, born on December 10, 1996, is an American football quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals in the National Football League (NFL). After starting his college football career at Ohio State, Burrow transferred to LSU, where he won the Heisman Trophy and led his team to victory in the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship during his senior year. The Bengals selected him as the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft.

Joe Burrow’s rookie season was cut short due to injury, but he made a strong comeback in his second season, guiding the Bengals to their first playoff victory since 1990 and taking them to Super Bowl LVI. Over his four seasons with the Bengals, Burrow has led the team to five postseason wins, matching the franchise’s total postseason victories before he joined. Known for his composure under pressure, he has earned nicknames such as “Joe Cool” and “Joe Brrr.” On September 7, 2023, Burrow signed a five-year, $275 million contract extension with the Bengals, making him the highest-paid player in NFL history by annual salary at $55 million per year.

 

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