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NFL Network Releases Its 2020 Preseason Television Schedule

The NFL offseason is ramping up as players will report to training camp starting this week. In less than a month’s time, teams will begin to compete in their first preseason games.

To prepare for the exciting slate to come, NFL Network released its full preseason television schedule on Monday, giving fans a chance to scout out which exhibition games they most want to watch in August.

The NFL plans to air a record 23 preseason games on NFL Network to build up to the new 17-game regular season this year. The matchups appear to be chock-full of intriguing storylines and young players on display.

The preseason slate will open on NFL Network when the Washington Football Team takes on the New England Patriots in the evening of Thursday, Aug. 12. Mac Jones figures to make his professional debut in some capacity for the Pats, which will make for an exciting meeting.

Games will continue to air throughout all three preseason weeks, with the final match-ups coming on Aug. 29. NFL Network will also show the league’s preseason slate throughout the month on a re-air basis.

Here’s a look at the full NFL Network television schedule, courtesy of Pro Football Talk:


Thursday, Aug. 12
7:30 p.m. ET — Washington vs. New England

Friday, Aug. 13
7 p.m. ET — Buffalo vs. Detroit
10 p.m. ET — Dallas vs. Arizona

Saturday, Aug. 14
1 p.m. ET — Miami vs. Chicago
4 p.m. ET — Denver vs. Minnesota
7 p.m. ET — Cleveland vs. Jacksonville
10 p.m. ET — L.A. Chargers vs. L.A. Rams

Sunday, Aug. 15
1 p.m. ET — Carolina vs. Indianapolis


Thursday, Aug. 19
7 p.m. ET — New England vs. Philadelphia

Friday, Aug. 20
8 p.m. ET — Cincinnati vs. Washington

Saturday, Aug. 21
1 p.m. ET — Buffalo vs. Chicago
4:25 p.m. ET — New York Jets vs. Green Bay
7:30 p.m. ET — Detroit vs. Pittsburgh
10 p.m. ET — Las Vegas vs. L.A. Rams

Sunday, Aug. 22
1 p.m. ET — New York Giants vs. Cleveland
7:30 p.m. ET — San Francisco vs. L.A. Chargers


Friday, Aug. 27
8 p.m. ET — Minnesota vs. Kansas City

Saturday, Aug. 28
1 p.m. ET — Green Bay vs. Buffalo
7 p.m. ET — Chicago vs. Tennessee
10 p.m. ET — L.A. Chargers vs. Seattle

Sunday, Aug. 29
1 p.m. ET — Jacksonville vs. Dallas
4 p.m. ET — Las Vegas vs. San Francisco
6 p.m. ET — New England vs. New York Giants

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