The NFL will release its 2020 schedule on Thursday, unveiling it in a three-hour program at 8 pm on the NFL Network. The program will include analysis of the top matchups and primetime games.
The NFL has decided the five out of country games on the schedule will be moved back to the host team’s stadiums this season. The four games in London and one in Mexico City are being moved because of the coronavirus pandemic. The NFL has played regular-season games in London every year since 2007, and Mexico City hosted a regular-season game in three recent years.
The Indianapolis Colts have declined the fifth-year option on New Castle native Malik Hooker, their starting safety. Hooker was the Colts first-round draft pick in 2017. The move would make him an unrestricted free agent after this season.