2021 NFL season


January 20, 2022

The 2021 NFL season is the 102nd season of the National Football League (NFL). The length of the regular season will be 18 games.[1] The 2021 regular season was the first to be eligible for expansion.[2] The season began on September 9, 2021, and the season will end with the Super Bowl LVI, the league championship game, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, taking place on February 13, 2022.


Training camps were held from late July through August. The Pro Football Hall of Fame Game was played on August 5, when Pittsburgh defeated Dallas. The two teams were previously scheduled to play the 2020 game before it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[3]


Featured Retreats

QB Drew Brees – 13-time Pro Bowler, 5-time All-Pro (1 first team, 4 second team), 2-time Offensive Player of the Year (2008 and 2011), Super Bowl XLIV Champion and MVP, Comeback Player of the Year in 2004, and Man of the Year in 2006. He played with the San Diego Chargers and New Orleans in his 20-year career.[4][5] DT Jurrell Casey-5 time Pro Bowler and 2nd team All-Pro in 2013. He played in Tennessee and Denver in his 10-year career.[6] LB Thomas Davis – 13-time Pro Bowler, 2-time All-Pro (1 first-team) and 2014 Man of the Year.He played for Carolina, the Los Angeles Chargers, and Washington in his 16-year career.[7] WR Julian Edelman – 3 Super Bowl titles (XLIX, LI, and LIII) and Super Bowl LIII MVP. He only played for New England in his 12-year career.[8] LB Tamba Hali – 6-time Pro Bowler and 2-time All-Pro Second Team. He played only for Kansas City in his 12-year career.[9] G Mike Iupati – 4 times Pro Bowler 2 times All-Pro (one of them in the first team). He played for San Francisco, Arizona, and Seattle in his 11-year career.[10] RB LeSean McCoy – 6-time Pro Bowler, 2-time First Team All-Pro, and two Super Bowl titles (LIV and LV). He played for Philadelphia, Buffalo, Kansas City, and Tampa Bay in his 12-year career.[11] C Maurkice Pouncey – 9-time Pro Bowler and five-time All-Pro (three of them first-team). He only played for Pittsburgh in his 11-year career.[12] C Mike Pouncey – 4 time Pro Bowler. He played for Miami and the Los Angeles Chargers in his 10-year career.[12] QB Philip Rivers – 9-time Pro Bowler and Comeback Player of the Year in 2013. He played for San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers and Indianapolis in his 17-year career.[13] WR Demaryius Thomas-5-time Pro Bowler, 2-time 2nd-team All-Pro, and Super Bowl 50 champion.He played for the Denver, Houston, New England, and New York Jets in his 10-year career.[14] K Adam Vinatieri – 3-time Pro Bowler, 3-time First-Team All-Pro, 4-time Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, and XLI), and all-time leading scorer. He played for New England and Indianapolis in his 24-year career.[15] TE Jason Witten – 11-time Pro Bowler, 4-time All-Pro (two of them first-team), and 2012 Man of the Year.He played for Dallas and Las Vegas in his 17-year career.[16]

Other Withdrawals

Regular Season

Under the Collective Bargaining Agreement signed in March 2020, the 2021 regular season is the first to be eligible to be expanded from 16 to 18 games. [74] Under the current NFL scheduling formula for a 16-game regular season, each team plays the other three teams in its own division twice. Additionally, one team plays all four teams in one division from each conference. The two remaining games on a team's schedule are against the two remaining teams in the same conference that finished in the same position in their respective divisions the previous season.

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