The NFL released a statement today announcing that the regular season schedule for the 2014 season will be unveiled on Wednesday, April 23, at 8 PM ET. We might hear a couple of schedule links in advance of that, but everything will be known at that time.
The NFL Network will have coverage of the schedule release on their show titled NFL Total Access: Schedule Release ’14 (Wednesday, 8:00 PM ET) – a three-hour special hosted by Rich Eisen and featuring analysts Steve Mariucci, Warren Sapp, and Mike Silver – that breaks down the entire 2014 regular season schedule, division by division, analyzing the top matchups and primetime games.
We already know the Browns' home and road opponents, but the fans will be dying to know what order the games take place in, and how many prime time games Cleveland will have. Every team is guaranteed to have at least one prime time game, but I wouldn't be surprised to see the Browns get two prime time games this year -- in the event the Browns take QB Johnny Manziel or QB Teddy Bridgewater at No. 4 overall, the networks won't want to have missed out on some prime time opportunities.
Regular Season Opponents for the Browns
- Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Oakland
- Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo
In the comments section below, let us know how many prime time games you expect the Browns to have. Also, who would you like to see the Browns open the 2014 regular season against? You can also win some Browns apparel by trying to correctly predict the order of the schedule, but good luck -- the odds of getting it in perfect order are pretty much nil.