No replacement officials will be around in the Packers-Seahawks game to open the season. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)
This season, CBS will televise eight Thursday night games also to be simulcast on the NFL Network.
The remaining games will be broadcast on the league's flagship network.
NBC will broadcast the opening game between the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers on Thursday, Sept. 4. The last time these two teams played in the regular season was Sept. 24, 2012, when the Seahawks beat the Packers 14-12 on a controversial touchdown at the end of the game.
CBS' first game will be between division rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 11.
Other games include, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3 and a Week 9 clash between the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers.
Week 16 features two Saturday matchups between the San Diego Chargers at San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles traveling to Washington to take on the Redskins.
The entire Thursday night slate: All games start at 8:25 p.m. ET (unless otherwise noted):
Sept. 4: Packers at Seahawks (NBC)
Sept. 11: Steelers at Ravens
Sept. 18: Buccaneers at Falcons
Sept. 25: Giants at Redskins
Oct. 2: Vikings at Packers
Oct. 9: Colts at Texans
Oct. 16: Jets at Patriots
Oct. 23: Chargers at Broncos
Oct. 30: Saints at Panthers (NFL Network)
Nov. 6: Browns at Bengals (NFL Network)
Nov. 13: Bills at Dolphins (NFL Network)
Nov. 20: Chiefs at Raiders (NFL Network)
Nov. 27: Seahawks at 49ers (NBC) Thanksgiving
Dec. 4: Cowboys at Bears (NFL Network)
Dec. 11: Cardinals at Rams (NFL Network)
Dec. 18: Titans at Jaguars (NFL Network)
Dec. 20: Eagles at Redskins (NFL Network/CBS)
Chargers at 49ers (CBS/NFL Network)
There is no Week 17 Thursday Night game.