The American football team has announced that it will begin its season on a “three-week break”.
The first week of March is typically the busiest, with the start of the season almost always the week before.
However, the American Football League has announced on Friday that it is going to take a week off in order to restock and prepare for the first week in April.
It is the first time that the US Football League will take a break during the season, and the first major shake-up of its schedule in 25 years.
The league’s first two weeks of the schedule will be played on Saturday, April 5th, with two of the games being on Saturday the 4th and the 5th of April.
On Sunday, April 6th, the first game of the first two weekends will be on ABC, with ABC Sports covering the first four weeks of play.
On Monday, April 7th, two games on ESPN will take place: the NFL’s regular season opener against the San Francisco 49ers on ABC and a game on ABC’s NFL Draft Combine on CBS.
The last game of this stretch is on Tuesday, April 8th, when the American football teams home opener against San Francisco will be shown on ABC.
The American Football season is due to start on April 12th, and fans should expect a busy few weeks ahead.
For the full list of the teams schedule, check out here.