Is Antonio Brown playing with a new helmet? Is the soaring offense of the Browns really that powerful? Will Daniel Jones ever throw an incompletion? With fantasy football designs just around the corner, we'll get answers to these and other questions in the coming weeks of the NFL preseason.
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When are today's games?
On Thursday, August 15, there are a handful of preseason games:
- 19.00 ET: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
- 19:30 ET: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Washington; New York Jets vs. Atlanta Falcons
- 8:00 pm ET: Oakland Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals
How can I stream my local team's NFL preseason games?
For teams in your local market – Jets and Giants fans in New York, Cardinals fans in Arizona, and more – you can play the preparation games of your local team on an important local network channel (ABC, CBS, Fox or NBC). Note that CBS is the parent company of CNET.
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How can I stream out-of-market preseason games?
For other markets, the NFL network will broadcast 14 preseason games live – including the two games tonight – and will feature reruns of all 65 preseason games. Click here to view the NFL network schedule for live pre-season games and replay games. Live games are hidden in the NFL network on the over-the-air station markets of the participating teams.
After today's games, here's the timetable for the other 10 live prep games in the NFL network:
Friday, August 16
- 7:30 pm. ET: Chicago Bears Vs. New York Giants
Saturday, August 17
- 16:00 ET: Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts
- 19:30 ET: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
- 22:00 ET: Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams
Friday, August 23
- 19:30 ET: Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Saturday, August 24
- 13:00 ET: Arizona Cardinals vs. Minnesota Vikings
- 19.00 ET: Houston Texans vs. Dallas Cowboys
- 22.00 ET: Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Chargers
Thursday, August 29
- 19.00 ET: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Carolina Panthers
- 22.00 ET: Los Angeles Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers
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Originally published on August 2nd.
Update, August 15 : Adds the latest game details.
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