2023 NFL Schedule Releases Feature Retirement Homes, Offices, & Anime

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — With the official regular season schedule out for the National Football League, an outpouring of social media videos came from teams across the nation to make jabs at others, pay homage to former players, or just plain out have some fun with it.

This year the New England Patriots opted to have a bunch of cameos featuring recently retired Devin McCourty moving into the "retirement home" of the Patriots. Around the property were the likes of Dan Koppen, Ernie Adams, and even Tom Brady, who was previously announced to have a tribute planned for the team's home opener this year.

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Moving westward, the Denver Broncos went with a video based off the hit television series "The Office," with a cameo from the show's Angela Kinsey acting in accordance to her fiction character's persona.

As for the Los Angeles Chargers, the team made a repeated play from last year with an anime-style video, this time roasting Dak Prescott getting thrown under the bus by the Dallas Cowboys content team, the Detroit Lions and their recent gambling scandal, and Russel Wilson's beef with SpongeBob's Patrick Star after the fictional character made fun of his interception during the 2022 "Nickmas Game."

Meantime, the Tennessee Titans' hit the streets and interviewed people to try and guess each team the Titans' were playing based off just the logo. The Atlanta Falcon's social media team embraced the joke, and renamed their Twitter handle to be in line with what they were called in the video: the "Red Stallions."

WBZ's Brian Antonelli (@RadioBoyGu) reports.

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