2012 NFL Schedule Release: Redskins Will Learn Complete 2012 Schedule On Tuesday

ASHBURN VA - AUGUST 06: Head Coach Mike Shanahan (R) of the Washington Redskins talks with his son Kyle Shanahan (L) offensive coordinator for the team during Redskins training camp on August 6 2010 in Ashburn Virginia. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The NFL will release the complete season schedule for all 32 teams during a presentation show on the NFL Network on Tuesday.

The NFL will release the schedules for all 32 teams during a televised special on the NFL Network at 7 pm on Thursday, although ESPN will also be piggy-backing the coverage on their network as well if you don't get NFL. Here are some more details on who will be populating the Redskins schedule from our pals over at Hogs Haven.

We know who the Redskins opponents are, we just don't know when they will be playing them. The Redskins will, of course, play their normal NFC East slate but will also match-up with the AFC North and NFC South this year, along with the Rams and Vikings once again. The thirteen opponents the Skins will play in 2012 combined for a record of 125-131 last year, which puts the Redskins as having the ninth easiest strength of schedule in the league.

We'll have the complete Redskins schedule when it is released, but for more on this and all things related to the Washington Redskins, please head over to Hogs Haven.

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