In this, the 100th year of the NFL, you should expect a lot of milestones to be remembered. But few of them will be as eagerly anticipated as the one we are marking here.
Today is 100 days from the start of the 100th season, which kicks off on Sept. 5 with the greatest rivalry game, the Green Bay Packers at the Chicago Bears. With most of the roster construction completed and minicamps on the horizon, it's time to consider the 100 questions we have on our minds 100 days out from the NFL's 100th season.
6) If Prescott gets an extension, will he be the latest $30 million-per-year quarterback?
17) After headline-making trades and free-agent signings, can the Cleveland Browns live up to skyrocketing expectations?
22) And will Gurley be at 100 percent come Week 1?
44) Who will be the first coach to challenge a pass interference call or non-call?
60) Will Matt Patricia's second season in Detroit be much better than the first?
66) Does Jon Gruden have any more shocking roster moves up his sleeve?
73) How on Earth will the league's competition committee define a Hail Mary as it considers tweaking the pass interference challenge rule?
74) Will a crucial game go into overtime and prompt the NFL to change the rules to allow both offenses to touch the ball?
75) Will the league and NFL Players Association make more progress toward a new collective bargaining agreement?
96) How will first-year head coach Brian Flores navigate Miami's rebuilding roster?
98) How significant will the departure of Mike Munchak from coaching the Steelers' offensive line to do the same in Denver be?
99) Will Gronkowski actually stay retired?