The NFL Network will resume its regular programming on Sunday, September 1, 2018, after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the league announced today.
The network will be back with regular programming, starting with the preseason games on Sunday September 7 at 8:30 p.m.
ET on ESPN, the network announced.
In addition, the 2018 preseason schedule will begin with the Pittsburgh Steelers-New England Patriots preseason game on September 5, followed by the San Francisco 49ers-Detroit Lions preseason game at 8 p.s. on ABC.
The games are expected to air on Sunday night.
All 10 NFL preseason games will air on the NFL Network, the NFL said in a statement.
The 2018 regular season begins on October 9 with the New York Giants-Washington Redskins.
The Giants-Redskins preseason game is scheduled for October 11 at 8 pm ET on NBC.
The regular season will wrap on October 17 with the Cleveland Browns-Houston Texans preseason game.
The Texans-Browns game will air at 9:30 pm ET.
The Browns-Texans game will be broadcast on the network.
The Browns-Dolphins game will not be on the schedule, the statement said.
The NFL’s regular season schedule will be released on Sunday.