More games on Eagles' 2018 schedule leaked

NFL to announce 2018 regular-season schedule Thursday evening

NFL schedule to be released Thursday night

Fans can stream the action live via the NFL app or at, which will also provide information on all 256 regular-season games.

The Falcons lead the all-time series 52-46. The league will also be having a game in Mexico this season as the Kansas City Chiefs will be taking on the Los Angeles Rams on November 19 at 8:15 p.m. EST.

The Jacksonville Jaguars make their annual trip there and will face the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles for a game that starts at 8:30 a.m. CT Oct. 28 on NFL Network.

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Philadelphia will likely hand out its Super Bowl 52 rings and display the Lombardi Trophy in a pregame ceremony.

And the New York Daily News is reporting that the Birds will visit the Giants in East Rutherford, N.J., in another Thursday Night game on October 11.

The NFL's global slate was announced.

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The regular-season schedule of all 32 NFL teams is set to be announced exclusively on NFL Network Thursday, April 19, at 7 p.m.

The Eagles will nearly surely play a night game on September 6, and after that, they'll probably have four or five more primetime contests.

The announcement comes after last week's unveiling of the 2018 preseason schedule. And they'll play a Rams team that looks capable of contending in the NFC. The Steelers were 5-0 in primetime games last season.

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