How to find all of the football-related news from around the NFL this week
The Green Bay Packers have made it official: The team will host the first of their four preseason games at Lambeau Field on Saturday, August 28.
The team announced the dates for the game, which will be played at 1:05 p.m.
The team has yet to officially announce a date for the rest of the preseason.
Green Bay will host Oakland on August 25.
As part of its pregame preparation, the Packers have been posting pregame highlights from its preseason games on Twitter and Facebook, and have also created an official podcast, which you can subscribe to for free.
This year, the team has also released a special edition of its weekly game day show, which has a special theme of “Gotta Go Packers” to celebrate the team’s preseason accomplishments.
If you’re new to the Packers’ preseason schedule, here’s what you need to know about the 2018 schedule.
Here’s how you can find the Packers-Oakland game:On August 18, the Green Bay-Oakfield game will be broadcast on NBCSN, ESPN, FOX, Fox Sports 1 and the NFL Network.
The game will air on CBS on August 19 at 8 p.s.m., and the Packers will host Denver at 6 p.p.m.(ESPN is showing a delay between 8 p of the Packers pregame show and the game itself.
If you are watching on the NFL.com app, you should be able to catch the game immediately.)
In addition to the broadcast of the game on NBC, the game will also be streamed live on the team website and on the official Packers Twitter account.
The Packers will be hosting the Denver Broncos at Lamartine Field on August 20, and will then host the Kansas City Chiefs at 7 p.h.
ET on FOX on August 21.
On August 25, the home opener for the Packers is scheduled for noon ET on the Packers website.
It will also air on the network’s official Twitter account (via @PackersNetwork), on the FOX broadcast network and on FOX Sports 1.
On August 27, the official preseason kickoff of the NFL season will be held at Lambert Stadium in Green Bay, WI.
The first kickoff will be preceded by a pregame highlight show, including a special tribute to the legendary players, coaches and officials who helped make the Packers a championship-caliber team in the 1970s and ’80s.
The Packers-Denver game will follow a similar format, with the pregame shows beginning at 5 p.n.m on FOX and 6 p on FOX.
It also will air live on FOX prior to kickoff.