Super Bowl LVII could return to its normal timetable after COVID-19 altered the NFL schedule in the last two seasons.

NFL executive Peter O’Reilly said the expectation is for the Super Bowl to return to normal this season.

The schedule for the Super Bowl, which will take place in February in Arizona, will be teams arriving on Sunday and Monday, opening night taking place on Monday and allowing for regular daily media sessions.

The 2021 and 2022 Super Bowls followed different schedules as testing and other factors played a part in the week.

The 2021 Super Bowl took place in Tampa Bay and saw the Buccaneers coming out on top over Kansas City. Last season, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl in Los Angeles.