The NFL is working on a fix to the NFL Network scheduling issues, and it won’t be easy, a source told ESPN.
The NFL Network will likely be a major part of the games that people watch on NFL Network, the source said.
We’ve known for a while now that it’s going to be a challenge for the network to keep up with the growth of the network, and that’s going into the upcoming games,” the source told SI.com.
In addition to the games on NFL.com, the network is set to carry the playoffs and regular season games on the network.
That means that the network will be able to hold the regular season on the air and the playoffs on the move, the NFL source said, adding that the changes will be made in the near future.
This year’s games will be played at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, but ESPN has not yet finalized its schedule for the games.
The network also will likely have a game in Dallas that was originally scheduled for this year’s Super Bowl but has been postponed, the ESPN source said in an interview with SI.co.
The Cowboys were the first team to get an NFL Network invitation in 2018.
There are still several more games to be added to the schedule, the sources said.