We in the National Football League have decided that our priorities for this weekend are to pause, grieve, and reflect. It is a time to tend to families and neighbors and all those wounded by these horrific acts of terrorism.
We understand those individuals in sports who want to play this weekend. We also can empathize with those who want to take the weekend off and resume their personal lives and professional careers next week. We strongly believe that the latter course of action is the right decision for the NFL.
On Sunday, September 23, the NFL, its players and coaches will return stronger than ever and resume our playing schedule.
A decision on whether to re-schedule this weekend's games or play a 15-game regular season schedule is under consideration and will be announced as soon as possible.
NFL cancels games for Sunday
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