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Roger Goodell mulls 18-game slate, President's Day weekend Super Bowl

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is mulling a future with 18 regular-season games, a President's Day weekend Super Bowl and a significant increase in international games.

Goodell, during an appearance on the "Pat McAfee Show" on Friday, shared his long-term vision, one that involves numerous changes to the season's current format.

Specifically, Goodell said he would embrace a schedule featuring 18 regular-season games and two preseason contests, a significant shift from the current 17 regular-season and three preseason contests that was implemented in 2021.

"I think we're good at 17 now," Goodell said.