(NEW YORK) — There will not be a shortage of big NFL games this season. The league released its 2013 regular-season schedule on Thursday night that is filled with big matchups and return visits.
Some highlights include the Baltimore Ravens becoming the first defending Super Bowl champion to open their season on the road since 2003. They head to Denver on September 3 to take on Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
Manning will also hit the road to take on brother Eli and the New York Giants in week two, followed by a return to Indianapolis in week seven to face the Colts.
Andy Reid will make his return to Philadelphia in week three as his Chiefs take on the Eagles.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire