The NFL has started announcing some of its 2018 regular season schedule. Before the full list official match-ups are announced, several reporters have learned information about some games.
The NFL's international slate was announced. The Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Chargers will play on Oct. 21 at Wembley Stadium. Super Bowl LII champions Philadelphia Eagles will play the Jacksonville Jaguars on Oct. 28 at Wembley Stadium.
Below is a roundup of the latest schedule rumors and leaks as the 8 p.m. ET reveal approaches. Check back for updates:
• The Detroit Lions will host the New York Jets for the first Monday night football game of the season on Sept. 10. (Brian Costello, New York Post)
• The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Los Angeles Rams for a Monday night contest in Mexico on Nov. 19. (NFL HQ)
• The Patriots will open the season against the Houston Texans at home on Sept. 9. (98.5 the Sports Hub)
• The Saints will host the Bucs on Sept. 9 with a noon-local kickoff to open the season. (Nick Underhill,The Advocate)
• The Saints will host the Falcons on Thanksgiving night (Jeff Duncan, The Times-Picayune)
• The Jets will travel to Cleveland to face the Browns on Sept. 20 in what will likely be a rookie quarterback matchup. (The New York Post)
• The Jets open the season at Detroit on Sept. 10 for Monday Night Football. (The New York Post)
• The Redskins play the Buccaneers in Tampa on Nov. 11. (Aaron Oster, The Team 980).
• The Buccaneers play the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles on Sept. 16. (Aaron Oster, The Team 980).