It’s been two months since the NFL traded a playoff berth, but that doesn’t mean the league’s trading in the past.

According to a source close to the league, the league will trade a first round pick in 2017 to a team in exchange for a compensatory pick in 2018.

The source told Business Insider that the league has already reached out to the San Diego Chargers and the Denver Broncos in the trade talks, and that both teams are in the running for the first rounder.

In the past, the trade deadline was March 14.

The Chargers and Broncos, however, have yet to respond.

This week, the NFL released its 2016 regular season schedule, which is expected to change for the 2019 season.

It also said that the 2020 regular season is still on the books, with no changes expected for 2021.