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Mike Jones takes a look at Washington's schedule game by game.

That arrangement doesn't change with Wednesday's announcement of a new television deal giving part of the Thursday night broadcast package to CBS.

The Washington Redskins’ strength of schedule ranks 18th in the NFL with their 2013 opponents having recorded a combined 127-128-1 in last season.

We've known Washington's opponents, but here's the full Redskins schedule, with prime time appearances and the six division games included.

Per defensive end Adam Carriker, the Redskins will open the season on Monday Night Football against the Eagles.

When the NFL schedule is released later tonight, which of the Redskins' key matchups should be played for a national audience on a Monday, Thursday or a Sunday night?

The Redskins finalize and announce dates and times for their preseason games.

The NFL would like to change the offseason calendar, including pushing back free agency, but the union is unlikely to agree.

A second straight Wednesday night season-opening game is ruled out because of a conflict with Rosh Hashanah, according to a person familiar with situation.

Players generally want to know as soon as possible where they'll be playing the following season

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