The NFL may be prepared to push the Super Bowl into March if games continue to get postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy revealed as much during a virtual pep rally with fans this past Sunday. He was asked what might happen if the postponements start to impact the postseason schedule.

"We could move the Super Bowl back as far as four weeks," Murphy said. "Obviously, we'd prefer not to do that, but you do have that flexibility if we run into a number of outbreaks with different teams or if we have to kind of move the schedule back."

Super Bowl LV, which is currently scheduled for Feb. 7 in Tampa, Florida, could conceivably be held on Feb. 14, Feb. 21, Feb. 28 or March 7.