By 2020, the NFL is hoping to have a full-blown All-Stars game in every game.

But this year’s game in Atlanta might be a lot different than the last one.

The NFL announced the All-22 showdowns on Tuesday and the game has been moved from Miami to Atlanta.

The All-32 game was played in Miami in 2019 and was moved to New Orleans, and it has been rescheduled to February, which would make it the third All-star game this year.

However, there is still a lot of football left to play, with the All 12 teams playing their home games in their home cities.

The league is looking to bring back a more traditional All-Pro game with the 2019 game.

“The 2018 All-Pros game was a great experience for all players, but we felt the game would have been a better experience if the All 13 players from the 2018 team were there,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

“This is why we are going to look to bring the All 14 players from each of the 12 teams into the game in 2019.”

The All 16 of the league’s 32 teams are still expected to be in action this year, but there is only one home game remaining, which will be in Miami.

A lot of the teams are playing with new faces, including the Eagles, Raiders, Chargers, Jaguars, Ravens, Titans, and Seahawks.

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