The NBA and NHL playoffs are underway, MLB is in full swing, but still, the NFL always finds a way to stay relevant in the sports conversation even in their off-season. 

With the NFL Draft scheduled to begin next Thursday, April 27th, the league has officially unveiled the regular season schedule for the upcoming season which will kick off on Thursday, September 7th as the Super Bowl champion Patriots play host to the Kansas City Chiefs.

The rest of the 30 teams in the NFL will open up the weekend of September 10th, including a Monday night double-header featuring Saints at Vikings followed by Chargers at Broncos.

Click here to see what your team's schedule is looking like for the 2017 season and check out a brief breakdown below.