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www.reference.com/article/can-printable-nfl-team-logos-5cfdd72a1e3ddbab

SportsLogos.net provides printable logos for current and past NFL teams. The site provides primary, alternate, helmet, uniform, stadium and wordmark logos for each team, in addition to logos for the NFL, AFC, NFC, Super Bowl and Pro Bowl. It also has logos for the playo...

www.reference.com/article/access-nfl-schedule-baca180a18addd16

Access the schedule of NFL games for the current season on the league's official site, NFL.com. Full league schedules are also available on the NFL's dedicated apps for smartphones and tablets. In addition, schedules can be found on the websites of the league's media pa...

www.reference.com/article/type-schedule-nfl-football-follow-c1b0b31f2fdcf817

The NFL uses a 17 week regular season schedule and a four week postseason schedule. The regular season is preceded by a four preseason schedule during which teams play exhibition games against each other, and an the exhibition Pro Bowl game is held between the final rou...

www.reference.com/article/read-nfl-football-game-schedule-9c96558cdab8760

An NFL football game schedule, such as the one at NFL.com, typically includes information about the time the game begins, the channel on which the game is televised, which team is the home team and which team is the visiting team. Almost every NFL game is played in one ...

www.reference.com/article/irs-provide-printable-online-copy-1040-schedule-b-8c18591d4efab65d

The Internal Revenue Service provides a printable copy of Form 1040 Schedule B on its website. As of 2015, taxpayers must use Schedule B if they receive more than $1,500 in taxable interest or ordinary dividends, accrue interest from a bond, or meet other requirements.

www.reference.com/article/nfl-playoff-schedule-70f0cc8f63124781

The NFL playoff schedule is available on the Playoffs and Schedule pages of NFL.com, as of 2015. Both pages provide information on the current or upcoming NFL playoffs, while the Schedule section also provides information on past playoffs.

www.reference.com/article/typical-tv-schedule-nfl-football-f692cebab9e1a55f

A typical NFL regular season week television schedule is composed of one Thursday night game, multiple Sunday games and a Monday night game. The games are split between FOX, CBS, ESPN, NBC and the NFL Network, as of 2015.