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CHIP KELLY’S NFL HEAD COACHING DEBUT HIGHLIGHTS NFL NETWORK’S WEEK 1 LIVE PRESEASON SCHEDULE

 

‘Preseason Games’ Provides Live Look-Ins of Week 1 Preseason Games Thursday, August 8 at 8:00 PM ET

 

Five Live Week 1 Preseason Games on NFL Network:

Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers – August 8 at 11:00 PM ET

New England Patriots at Philadelphia Eagles – August 9 at 7:30 PM ET

Dallas Cowboys at Oakland Raiders – August 9 at 10:30 PM ET

New York Giants at Pittsburgh Steelers – August 10 at 7:30 PM ET

Buffalo Bills at Indianapolis Colts – August 11 at 1:30 PM ET

 

It’s time to get ‘Back to Football’ and NFL Network remains the go-to destination to do so, with five live games and re-airs of every Week 1 preseason game.

 

On Thursday, August 8 at 8:00 PM ET, Preseason Games on NFL Network provides live look-ins of five Week 1 preseason games, beginning with opening kickoffs. Host Scott Hanson and analysts Brian Billick and Kurt Warner take viewers around the league in NFL RedZone-style, delivering live game action and highlights.

 

At 11:00 PM ET, NFL Network’s live schedule of Week 1 preseason games kicks off when quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks face Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers (joined in progress).

 

NFL Network offers a double-header of live preseason games Friday, August 9 starting at 7:30 PM ET when quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles in head coach Chip Kelly’s NFL head coaching debut. At 10:30 PM ET, quarterback Tony Romo and the Cowboys face running back Darren McFadden and the Oakland Raiders (joined in progress).

 

On Saturday, August 10 at 7:30 PM ET, the Pittsburgh Steelers host the New York Giants in a matchup of two quarterbacks with two Super Bowl championships. NFL Network’s Week 1 live preseason schedule concludes on Sunday, August 11 at 1:30 PM ET when quarterback Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts host running back C.J. Spiller and the Buffalo Bills.

 

NFL Network remains the only place to see the entire slate of 65 preseason games, with games throughout the month of August. Additionally, NFL Network’s preseason broadcast schedule features a record 13 live games.

 

For the fourth season, NFL Preseason Live enables fans in the United States to watch live and on-demand NFL preseason out-of-market games (some blackout restrictions apply). NFL Preseason Live gives fans additional viewing options including picture-in-picture, and dual and quad view modes, allowing fans to watch multiple games on the same screen. With full DVR controls, fans may also pause, rewind and replay live and archived game action. Condensed Games returns as well, which allows fans to watch any preseason game in roughly 30 minutes. NFL Preseason Live is also available on iOS and Android tablet devices so that fans can watch preseason games on the go.

 

NFL Preseason Live is currently offered at $19.99. To learn more, visit www.NFL.com/preseasonlive.

 

With NFL Mobile from Verizon, NFL fans can see the entire slate of NFL Network’s 65 preseason games throughout the month of August all for only $5.00 a month. To download NFL Mobile from Verizon, call **NFL or go to Verizon.com/NFL.

 

Below is NFL Network’s Week 1 broadcast schedule.

 

NFL NETWORK 2013 WEEK 1 PRESEASON GAMES SCHEDULE

(ALL TIMES EASTERN; LIVE GAMES IN BOLD; ALL GAMES IN HIGH DEFINITION)

 

Thursday, August 8

11:00 PM ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. San Diego Chargers – LIVE (joined live in progress)

1:00 AM ET – Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers

 

Friday, August 9

4:00 PM ET – Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers

7:30 PM ET – New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles – LIVE

10:30 PM ET – Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders – LIVE (joined live in progress)

1:00 AM ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. Green Bay Packers

 

Saturday, August 10

7:00 AM ET – St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns

10:00 AM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1:00 PM ET – Kansas City Chiefs vs. New Orleans Saints

4:00 PM ET – New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

7:30 PM ET – New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers – LIVE

12 Midnight ET – Houston Texans vs. Minnesota Vikings

3:00 AM ET – Cincinnati Bengals vs. Atlanta Falcons

 

Sunday, August 11

7:00 AM ET – Miami Dolphins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

10:00 AM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers

1:30 PM ET – Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts – LIVE

5:00 PM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Tennessee Titans

8:00 PM ET – Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers

11:00 PM ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. San Diego Chargers

2:00 AM ET – Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders

 

Monday, August 12

10:00 AM ET – New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1:00 PM ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. Green Bay Packers

4:00 PM ET – New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles

8:00 PM ET – Kansas City Chiefs vs. New Orleans Saints

12 Midnight ET – St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns

3:00 AM ET – Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts

 

Tuesday, August 13

10:00 AM ET – Houston Texans vs. Minnesota Vikings

1:00 PM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4:00 PM ET – Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders

8:00 PM ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. San Diego Chargers

12 Midnight ET – Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers

3:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Tennessee Titans

 

Wednesday, August 14

10:00 AM ET – Kansas City Chiefs vs. New Orleans Saints

1:00 PM ET – New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

4:00 PM ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. Green Bay Packers

8:00 PM ET – New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

12 Midnight ET – Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers

3:00 AM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

Thursday, August 15

10:00 AM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers

1:00 PM ET – New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles

4:00 PM ET – Houston Texans vs. Minnesota Vikings

3:00 AM ET – New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

 

Friday, August 16

10:00 AM ET – Miami Dolphins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

 

The following broadcast teams will be calling each Week 1 matchup on NFL Network:

 

Game Play-by-Play Analyst Sideline
Ravens at Buccaneers Chris Myers Ronde Barber N/A
Redskins at Titans Cory Curtis Eddie George & Keith Bulluck Dawn Davenport
Rams at Browns Jim Donovan Bernie Kosar N/A
Bengals at Falcons* Mike Tirico Jon Gruden Lisa Salters
Broncos at 49ers Dennis O’Donnell Tim Ryan Vern Glenn
Seahawks at Chargers Dan Fouts Billy Ray Smith N/A
Dolphins at Jaguars Kevin Kugler Mark Brunell Tera Barz
Jets at Lions Matt Shepard Rob Rubick Tom Leyden
Patriots at Eagles Scott Graham Brian Baldinger N/A
Cardinals at Packers Kevin Harlan Rich Gannon Rod Burks
Bears at Panthers Mike Morgan Mike Rucker Pete Yanity
Chiefs at Saints Tim Brando John Stinchcomb Sean Kelley & Mike Nabors
Texans at Vikings Paul Allen Pete Bercich Greg Coleman & Ben Leber
Cowboys at Raiders Greg Papa Tom Flores & Jim Plunkett George Atkinson & JT The Brick
Giants at Steelers Bob Pompeani Edmund Nelson Jeff Verszyla
Bills at Colts Don Fischer Barry Krauss N/A

 

* – ESPN National Telecast

 

 

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