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2011 NFL schedule to be released today at 4 pm

Apr 19, 2011 at 2:34 PM


The 2011 NFL schedule will be released today at 4 pm Pacific. With the current player lockout, whether or not there will be an NFL season is still up in the air. However, if there is, we will know the dates and times of the games today.

NFL Network will air a special that looks at the schedule at 4 pm.

Check back here at 4 pm for the NFL schedule.
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