The next NFL season could see more than just the two teams on the field.
The league is preparing for its first Super Bowl in five years and the draft could be the key to determining whether a team can win the title.
But what happens after the draft, and what happens when the draft is over?
Here are some things you need to know if you want to prepare for training camp.1.
NFL Network: Training camp starts Monday and is set to run through Aug. 31.2.
NFL.com: The first two games of the preseason will be streamed live on NFL Network.3.
Bleacher Report: The NFL Network will have the full schedule of preseason games from all 32 teams from July 7 through Aug 12.4.
Bleachers.com, NFL.tv: The team-by-team preseason schedule is also available for fans to view online.5.
CBS Sports: The schedule for all 32 NFL teams will be available online, along with preseason coverage on the network.6.
BleachPost: The entire preseason schedule will be shown on CBS Sports Network.7.
Bleeding Green Nation: The full preseason schedule for every team will be released online at Bleacher Nation, and fans can access the schedule on the CBS Sports app.8.
NFL Nation: This year’s schedule is scheduled to air on Sundays from July 14-18.9.
Bleederate: The preseason schedule can be found on Bleacher Sports Network, and all of the teams’ preseason games will be featured.10.
Bleached Green Nation and NFL Network are also offering exclusive coverage of all of their games.11.
BleedOut Nation: All of the NFL’s preseason games are available for download on Bleederating Network, including all preseason games.12.
Bleakestacks.com and BleacherReport.com are also available to stream online.