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2021 NFL Schedule Release: How to watch, streaming information, BTSC breakdown and more

All the information to watch or listen to the release of the 2021 NFL Schedule

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The 2021 NFL draft is in the books and as fans patiently wait for mini camp, training camp, and the preseason, the next biggest event produced by the NFL is their annual Schedule Release Show. This year, the release comes later than normal on Wednesday, May 12, 2020.

Additionally, the NFL is heading into uncharted territory as this will be the first season where teams will play 17 regular-season games. As a trade-off, the majority of teams will be scheduled for only three preseason games with the exception of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys who will be facing off in the Hall of Fame Game on August 5. With an odd number of games, teams will have either one more or one less home game based on a rotational schedule by conference. For 2021, the AFC will host the additional regular-season game while the NFC will host two of their three preseason games.

So you don’t miss the action, listed below is the schedule for the NFL Schedule Release Show and the various places you can watch the announcement.


2021 NFL Schedule Release

Wednesday May 12, 2021
8 PM ET

TV: NFL Network

Online: Fubo (Click HERE to create a Fubo Account and stream the show), NFL.com, NFL app

Behind The Steel Curtain will be doing a live broadcast on the BTSC Radio YouTube channel following the announcement of the Steelers schedule. Make sure you subscribe to the channel HERE and turn on notifications to be alerted to the live broadcast.

Behind the Steel Curtain will publish the schedule as soon as it is made available. Additionally, a tracker of released NFL games will be updated throughout the day Wednesday.