Live from TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. October 18th, 12 PM.
|2015 Pre Season Schedule|
|8/15||Tampa Bay||7 PM|
|8/29||@ Dallas||6 PM|
|9/03||@ Tennessee||7 PM|
|2015 Regular Season Schedule|
|9/14||@ San Francisco||9:20 PM|
|9/27||San Diego||12 PM|
|10/4||@ Denver||3:25 PM|
|10/18||Kansas City||12 PM|
|10/25||@ Detroit||12 PM|
|11/1||@ Chicago||12 PM|
|11/8||St. Louis||12 PM|
|11/15||@ Oakland||3:05 PM|
|11/22||Green Bay||12 PM|
|11/29||@ Atlanta||12 PM|
|12/10||@ Arizona||7:25 PM|
|12/27||NY Giants||12 PM|
|1/3||@ Green Bay||12 PM|
Important NFL Dates
Oct. 4: NFL International Series -- New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins in London.
Oct. 6-7: Fall league meeting in New York.
Oct. 16: Beginning on the sixth calendar day prior to a club's seventh
regular-season game (including any bye week) and continuing through the day
after the conclusion of the 11th regular-season weekend, clubs are permitted
to begin practicing players on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform and
Reserve/Non-Football Injury or Illness for a period not to exceed 21 days.
Players may be activated during the 21-day practice period, or prior to 4
p.m. ET, on the day after the conclusion of the 21-day period, provided that
no player may be activated to participate in a Week 6 game.
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