NFL NETWORK’S 2014 PRESEASON SCHEDULE CONCLUDES WITH A LIVE DOUBLEHEADER ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 28

Two Live Week 4 Preseason Games on NFL Network:

Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns – August 28 at 8:00 PM ET

Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders – August 28 at 10:00 PM ET

Special Preseason ‘NFL RedZone’ Thursday, August 28 at 7:00 PM ET

It’s time to get ‘Back    to Football’ and NFL Media remains the go-to destination to do so, with two live games, re-airs of every Week 4 preseason game, and a special preseason edition of the NFL RedZone channel.

On Thursday, August 28, NFL Network has the final week of the preseason covered with a doubleheader of live week 4 games.  Beginning at 8:00 PM ET quarterback Johnny Manziel and the Cleveland Browns host the Chicago Bears. At 10:00 PM ET, the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks travel to Oakland to the Raiders. The game will be joined live in progress immediately following the conclusion of the Bears-Browns game.

Hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Willie McGinest and Heath Evans host editions of NFL Total Access on Thursday starting at 7:00 PM ET, at the halves of both games and immediately following the Seahawks-Raiders game.

Additionally, NFL Network provides complete game re-airs of every Week 4 preseason game.

On Thursday, August 28 at 7:00 PM ET, the final preseason edition of NFL RedZone will provide live highlights and coverage of Jets-Eagles, Colts-Bengals, Chiefs-Packers, Rams-Dolphins, Lions-Bills, Panthers-Steelers, Patriots-Giants, Redskins-Buccaneers, Ravens-Saints, Broncos-Cowboys, 49ers-Texans, Vikings-Titans, Bears-Browns, Seahawks-Raiders and Cardinals-Chargers, hosted by Scott Hanson.

With NFL Mobile from Verizon, fans on the go can stream all 65 preseason games on their smartphones when they air on NFL Network, including a record 14 live preseason games. Plus get all the latest news and highlights with live NFL Network 24/7. Live streaming content on NFL Mobile is available to Verizon customers with a premium subscription. For more information, including how to access, visit www.verizoninsider.com/nfl.

***Please note that all live games on NFL Network are subject to local blackouts***

For the fifth 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, Android and Window 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.

Below is NFL Network’s Week 4 broadcast schedule.

NFL NETWORK 2014 WEEK 4 PRESEASON GAMES SCHEDULE

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

Thursday, August 28

8:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns – LIVE  

11:00 PM ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders – LIVE (joined in progress)  

2:00 AM ET – Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys

Friday, August 29

10:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1:00 PM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints

4:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

8:00 PM ET – Carolina Panthers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

12 Midnight ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. Houston Texans

3:00 AM ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. Tennessee Titans

Saturday, August 30

7:00 AM ET – St. Louis Rams vs. Miami Dolphins

10:00 AM ET – Indianapolis Colts vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1:00 PM ET – New England Patriots vs. New York Giants

4:00 PM ET – New York Jets vs. Philadelphia Eagles

8:00 PM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints

12 Midnight ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. San Diego Chargers

3:00 AM ET – Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, August 31

7:00 AM ET – Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills

10:00 AM ET – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers

1:00 PM ET – Carolina Panthers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

4:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

8:00 PM ET – Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys

12 Midnight ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders

3:00 AM ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. Houston Texans

***Please note that all live games on NFL Network are subject to local blackouts***

The following broadcast teams will be calling each Week 3 matchup on NFL Network:

Game Play-by-Play Analyst Sideline
Falcons at Jaguars Sam Kouvaris Mark Brunell Nikki Kimbleton
Jets at Eagles Scott Graham Brian Baldinger Dave Spadaro
Colts at Bengals Brad Johansen Anthony Munoz Mike Valpredo
Chiefs at Packers Kevin Harlan Rich Gannon N/A
Rams at Dolphins Dick Stockton Bob Griese & Nat Moore Kim Bokamper
Lions at Bills Ray Bentley Steve Tasker Mike Catalana
Panthers at Steelers Bob Pompeani Edmund Nelson Jeff Verszyla
Patriots at Giants Bob Papa Carl Banks Howard Cross & Bruce Beck
Redskins at Buccaneers Chris Myers Ronde Barber Dan Lucas
Ravens at Saints Joel Myers/Sean Kelley Jon Stinchcomb John Deshazier
Broncos at Cowboys Bill Jones Babe Laufenberg Steve Dennis
49ers at Texans Kevin Kugler Spencer Tillman Drew Dougherty
Vikings at Titans Cory Curtis Eddie George Audra Martin
Bears at Browns Jim Donovan Solomon Wilcots Dave Chudowsky
Seahawks at Raiders Greg Papa Tom Flores & Jim Plunkett JT The Brick
Cardinals at Chargers Dan Fouts Billy Ray Smith N/A

ABOUT NFL NETWORK

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