The NFL's 2019 schedule reveal is officially only hours away.
Before the full list of official matchups are announced, several reporters have learned information about some of the games.
Some games have already been announced for the league's 100th season, such as the opening game on Thursday, Sept. 5 with the Green Bay Packers going to Chicago to face the Bears.
Below is a roundup of the latest schedule rumors and leaks as the 8 p.m. ET reveal approaches.
Check back for updates:
• The Jets will have three primetime games this season in Week 2 vs. the Browns on MNF, Week 7 vs. the Patriots on MNF and Week 15 at the Ravens on TNF. (Brian Costello, New York Post)
• The Patriots have five primetime games vs. the Steelers (Sept. 8), vs. the Giants (TNF on Oct. 10), at the Jets (MNF on Oct. 21), at the Ravens (Nov. 3) and at Houston (Dec. 1). (Nick Underhill, The Athletic)
• The Giants open at the Cowboys on Sunday afternoon. (Ryan Dunleavy, NJ.com)
• New England's bye is in Week 10, immediately after the team visits the Ravens for Sunday Night Football and before they visit the Eagles on Nov. 17. (Jeff Howe, The Athletic)
• The Patriots open the 2019 season on Sunday Night Football against the Steelers. (Nick Underhill, The Athletic)
• The Bears will play in London against the Oakland Raiders on October 6. The Raiders will be the "home" team for the matchup. (Harry Teinowitz, WGN-AM 720)