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NFL issues statement on Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill; reinstated to resume activities with team

Tyreek Hill (courtesy KC Chiefs)

 

Over the past four months, we have conducted a comprehensive investigation of allegations regarding Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill.  Throughout this investigation, the NFL’s primary concern has been the well-being of the child. Our understanding is that the child is safe and that the child’s ongoing care is being directed and monitored by the Johnson County District Court and the Johnson County Department for Children and Families.

In conducting our investigation, we have taken great care to ensure that we do not interfere with the county’s proceedings or compromise the privacy or welfare of the child in any way.  The information developed in the court proceeding is confidential and has not been shared with us, and the court has sealed all law enforcement records.  Local law enforcement authorities have publicly advised that the available evidence does not permit them to determine who caused the child’s injuries.

Similarly, based on the evidence presently available, the NFL cannot conclude that Mr. Hill violated the Personal Conduct Policy.  Accordingly, he may attend Kansas City’s training camp and participate in all club activities.  He has been and will continue to be subject to conditions set forth by the District Court, Commissioner Goodell, and the Chiefs, which include clinical evaluation and therapeutic intervention.

If further information becomes available through law enforcement, the pending court proceeding, or other sources, we will promptly consider it and take all appropriate steps at that time. ​

 

STATEMENT WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

NFL Training Camps ready to open this week

NFL clubs this week begin on-field preparations for the 2019 season. The Denver Broncos, whose rookies and veterans report Wednesday, will become the first team to hold a full-squad practice (Thursday morning). Denver meets the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL/Hall of Fame Game (August 1; NBC, 8:00 PM ET) in Canton, OH.

Also on Wednesday, rookies will report for the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks. By the end of the week, the Falcons (Thursday), Detroit Lions (Thursday), New Orleans Saints (Thursday) and New York Jets (Friday) will welcome first-year players. All 32 NFL teams will be in camp by July 26.

In a growing trend, 20 clubs have scheduled joint practices with other teams. The Chargers and Rams (August 1 at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa, CA, and August 3 at the University of California-Irvine) are the first teams scheduled to see another color during camp. The two Los Angeles clubs are among six teams that will practice against multiple opponents. Baltimore, Detroit, Houston and New England also will see two foes in camp.

This year, 22 of 32 teams (69 percent) will be “staying home” for training camp. Teams considered to be “staying home” hold camp at their respective practice facility, home stadium or at a site within 10 miles of their team headquarters. In 2000, only 10 of 31 (32 percent) teams stayed close to home.

While several teams are staying close to home for camp, 10 teams still employ the philosophy of holding camp away from their facilities.

Green Bay and Pittsburgh hold the longest active relationships with their respective camp locations. While the Packers hold practice at their primary facilities near Lambeau Field, they’re housing their players at St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI, for a 62nd consecutive summer. The Steelers will train at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, for the 54th straight season.

The number of NFL teams that stayed home for training camp since 2000:

YEAR NFL TEAMS WITH HOME
TRAINING CAMPS (PCT.)
YEAR NFL TEAMS WITH HOME
TRAINING CAMPS (PCT.)
2000 10 of 31 (32%)   2010 17 of 32 (53%)
2001 9 of 31 (29%)   2011 19 of 32 (59%)
2002 10 of 32 (31%)   2012 19 of 32 (59%)
2003 14 of 32 (44%)   2013 20 of 32 (63%)
2004 15 of 32 (47%)   2014 20 of 32 (63%)
2005 17 of 32 (53%)   2015 21 of 32 (66%)
2006 15 of 32 (47%)   2016 20 of 32 (63%)
2007 16 of 32 (50%)   2017 21 of 32 (66%)
2008 15 of 32 (47%) 2018 21 of 32 (66%)
2009 17 of 32 (53%)   2019 22 of 32 (69%)
Note: Teams considered to be staying home hold camp at their respective practice facility, home stadium or at a site within 10 miles of their m
headquarters. Teams that will hold camp away from home in 2019: Buffalo, Carolina, Chicago, Dallas, Indianapolis, Kansas City, the L.A. Rams,
Oakland, Pittsburgh and Washington.

The following is a list of joint-practice sessions scheduled for 2019:

FIRST SESSION TRAVELING TEAM HOST TEAM LOCATION
8/1 L.A. Rams L.A. Chargers Costa Mesa, CA
8/3 L.A. Chargers L.A. Rams Irvine, CA
8/5 Houston Green Bay Green Bay, WI
8/5 Jacksonville Baltimore Owings Mills, MD
8/5 New England Detroit Allen Park, MI
8/7 L.A. Rams Oakland Napa, CA
8/13 Buffalo Carolina Spartanburg, SC
8/13 Miami Tampa Bay Tampa, FL
8/14 Cleveland Indianapolis Westfield, IN
8/14 Detroit Houston Houston, TX
8/14 New England Tennessee Nashville, TN
8/15 New Orleans L.A. Chargers Costa Mesa, CA
8/16 San Francisco Denver Englewood, CO
8/19 Baltimore Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

 

The following is a list of training-camp sites and rookie and veteran reporting dates:

TEAM SITE LOCATION ROOKIES VETERANS
Arizona State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ 7/17 7/24
Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Training Facility Flowery Branch, GA 7/18 7/21
Baltimore Under Armour Performance Center Owings Mills, MD 7/17 7/24
Buffalo St. John Fisher College Rochester, NY 7/22 7/24
Carolina Wofford College Spartanburg, SC 7/24 7/24
Chicago Olivet Nazarene University Bourbonnais, IL 7/22 7/25
Cincinnati Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati, OH 7/24 7/26
Cleveland Cleveland Browns Training Complex Berea, OH 7/24 7/24
Dallas Marriott Residence Inn Oxnard, CA 7/26 7/26
Denver UCHealth Training Center Englewood, CO 7/17 7/17
Detroit Detroit Lions Training Facility Allen Park, MI 7/18 7/24
Green Bay St. Norbert College De Pere, WI 7/22 7/24
Houston Houston Methodist Training Center Houston, TX 7/21 7/24
Indianapolis Grand Park Westfield, IN 7/21 7/24
Jacksonville TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, FL 7/22 7/24
Kansas City Missouri Western State University St. Joseph, MO 7/23 7/26
L.A. Chargers Jack Hammett Sports Complex Costa Mesa, CA 7/24 7/24
L.A. Rams University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 7/24 7/26
Miami Baptist Health Training Facility Davie, FL 7/21 7/24
Minnesota TCO Performance Center Eagan, MN 7/22 7/25
New England Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA 7/21 7/24
New Orleans Ochsner Sports Performance Center Metairie, LA 7/18 7/25
N.Y. Giants Quest Diagnostics Training Center East Rutherford, NJ 7/22 7/24
N.Y. Jets Atlantic Health Jets Training Center Florham Park, NJ 7/19 7/24
Oakland Napa Valley Marriott Napa, CA 7/23 7/26
Philadelphia NovaCare Complex Philadelphia, PA 7/24 7/24
Pittsburgh Saint Vincent College Latrobe, PA 7/24 7/25
San Francisco SAP Performance Facility Santa Clara, CA 7/26 7/26
Seattle Virginia Mason Athletic Center Renton, WA 7/17 7/24
Tampa Bay AdventHealth Training Center Tampa, FL 7/21 7/25
Tennessee Saint Thomas Sports Park Nashville, TN 7/22 7/25
Washington Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center Richmond, VA 7/24 7/24

Note: The first official practice of training camp for each club at the site designated above is generally held the day after the veteran reporting date (Cincinnati will hold its first camp practice in Dayton, OH).

 

2019 NFL PRESEASON NATIONAL TELEVISION SCHEDULE

(All times Eastern)

 

DATE GAME NETWORK (TIME)
Thursday, August 1 NFL/Hall of Fame Game, Canton, OH

Denver Broncos vs Atlanta Falcons

NBC (8:00 PM)
     
Preseason Week 1    
     
Thursday, August 8 N.Y. Jets at N.Y. Giants NFLN (7:00 PM)
Thursday, August 8 L.A. Chargers at Arizona Cardinals NFLN (10:00 PM)
Friday, August 9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pittsburgh Steelers NFLN (7:30 PM)
Saturday, August 10

 

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers NFLN (9:00 PM)
Preseason Week 2
Thursday, August 15 Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals ESPN (8:00 PM)
Friday, August 16 Chicago Bears at N.Y. Giants NFLN (7:30 PM)
Saturday, August 17 Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts NFLN (4:00 PM)
Saturday, August 17 Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers NFLN (7:30 PM)
Saturday, August 17 Dallas Cowboys vs. L.A. Rams (Hawaii) NFLN (10:00 PM)
Sunday, August 18 New Orleans Saints at L.A. Chargers CBS (4:00 PM)
Sunday, August 18 Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings FOX (8:00 PM)
Monday, August 19 San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos ESPN (8:00 PM)
Preseason Week 3
Thursday, August 22 Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins FOX (8:00 PM)
Friday, August 23 Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions CBS (8:00 PM)
Saturday, August 24 Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings NFLN (1:00 PM)
Saturday, August 24 Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys NFLN (7:00 PM)
Saturday, August 24 Seattle Seahawks at L.A. Chargers NFLN (10:00 PM)
Sunday, August 25 Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans NBC (8:00 PM)

 

Preseason Week 4
Thursday, August 29 Philadelphia Eagles at N.Y. Jets NFLN (7:00 PM)
Thursday, August 29 L.A. Chargers at San Francisco 49ers NFLN (10:00 PM)
 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Network to start debut Top 100 Players of 2019 on Monday, July 22 at 9 PM

New Episodes Premiere Nightly for 10 Consecutive Nights at 9:00 PM ET​

Series Concludes with Special 2-Hour Finale Wednesday, July 31 at 9:00 PM ET & ‘Top 100 Players of 2019 Reaction Show’ at 11:00 PM ET

List Determined Solely by Current NFL Players

 

It’s time to get #BackToFootball, and for the ninth consecutive year current NFL players have voted to determine the top 100 players in the NFL.

Premiering Monday, July 22The Top 100 Players of 2019 counts down the top players in the NFL as determined solely by the players themselves. This year, NFL Films collected 1,098 ballots and interviewed 136 players.

New this season, The Top 100 Players of 2019 will air on 10 consecutive nights at 9:00 PM ET, revealing 10 players at a time beginning with No. 100-91 on July 22. The top 10 players on the list will be revealed in a special two-hour edition on Wednesday, July 31 at 9:00 PM ET, followed by The Top 100 Players of 2019 Reaction Show at 11:00 PM ET, hosted by Amber Theoharis and David Carr.

Throughout The Top 100 Players of 2019, NFL.com’s stable of writers will provide reaction pieces and analysis on this year’s selections.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming – including The Top 100 Players of 2019 – can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices. Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

The Top 100 Players of 2019 Episode Schedule

 

Monday, July 22 No. 100-91 9:00 PM ET

Tuesday, July 23 No. 90-81                      9:00 PM ET

Wednesday, July 24 No. 80-71                      9:00 PM ET

Thursday, July 25 No. 70-61                      9:00 PM ET

Friday, July 26 No. 60-51                      9:00 PM ET

Saturday, July 27 No. 50-41                      9:00 PM ET

Sunday, July 28 No. 40-31                      9:00 PM ET

Monday, July 29 No. 30-21                      9:00 PM ET

Tuesday, July 30 No. 20-11                      9:00 PM ET

Wednesday, July 31 No. 10-1                        9:00 PM ET

Wednesday, July 31 Top 100 Reactions 11:00 PM ET

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com


 

NFL announces 2019 Roster of Officials

 

 

SIX FIRST-YEAR NFL OFFICIALS AMONG 2019 GROUP

The NFL roster of game officials for the 2019 season will include six individuals in their first NFL season, two of whom are former NFL players, the league announced today.

Field judge NATE JONES joins the NFL officiating staff from the Pac-12, following an eight-year career as a defensive back with Dallas, Miami, Denver and New England. Umpire TERRY KILLENS (American Athletic Conference) was a linebacker during his seven NFL seasons, entering the league as a member of the Houston Oilers before the franchise became the Tennessee Titans. He also played for San Francisco and Seattle before beginning his officiating career.

In addition to Jones and Killens, the roster includes two other former NFL players. Back judge STEVE FREEMAN was a defensive back for 13 seasons, 12 with Buffalo and one with Minnesota. Down judge PHIL MCKINNELY was an offensive lineman for seven years with Atlanta, Chicago and the Los Angeles Rams.

Also launching their NFL officiating careers in 2019 are side judges DAVE HAWKSHAW (CFL) and JIMMY RUSSELL(Big Ten), down judge PATRICK HOLT (Big Ten) and line judge TRIPP SUTTER (SEC).

Three officials – ADRIAN HILLSCOTT NOVAK and BRAD ROGERS have been promoted to referee for the upcoming season. All three were referees at the highest level of college football prior to entering the NFL, and all have been part of the NFL’s Referee Training Program from their first season in the league.

Freeman and his son, side judge BRAD FREEMAN, represent the lone set of father-son officials active in the NFL. Referees SHAWN HOCHULI and ALEX KEMP, and line judge WALT COLEMAN IV, also are the sons of former NFL referees. Additionally, three sets of brothers – ALLEN and RUSTY BAYNESJEFF and JERRY BERGMAN, and CARL,DINO and PERRY PAGANELLI – appear on the 2019 roster.

Line judge JEFF BERGMAN, entering his 28th NFL season, is now the longest-serving official.

The following is the complete 2019 NFL roster of officials, including crew assignments, which could change during the season due to injury, schedule conflicts, etc.:​​

No.

Name

Pos.

College

Crew

NFL Experience

(including 2019)

122 Brad Allen R Pembroke State Allen 6
20 Barry Anderson U North Carolina State Allen 13
66 Walt Anderson R Texas Anderson 24
108 Gary Arthur LJ Wright State Martin 23
72 Michael Banks FJ Illinois State Cheffers 18
56 Allen Baynes FJ Auburn Hussey 12
59 Rusty Baynes LJ Auburn-Montgomery Boger 10
32 Jeff Bergman LJ Robert Morris Kemp 28
91 Jerry Bergman DJ Robert Morris Blakeman 18
34 Clete Blakeman R Nebraska Blakeman 12
23 Jerome Boger R Morehouse College Boger 16
40 Brian Bolinger LJ Indiana State Allen 3
18 Byron Boston LJ Austin Anderson 25
74 Derick Bowers DJ East Central Novak 17
98 Greg Bradley LJ Tennessee Hochuli 11
43 Terry Brown FJ Tennessee Wrolstad 14
11 Fred Bryan U Northern Iowa Martin 11
86 Jimmy Buchanan SJ South Carolina State Blakeman 11
134 Ed Camp DJ William Paterson Hochuli 20
63 Mike Carr DJ Wisconsin Kemp 3
60 Gary Cavaletto SJ Hancock Vinovich 17
41 Boris Cheek SJ Morgan State Corrente 24
51 Carl Cheffers R California-Irvine Cheffers 20
130 Land Clark FJ Sevier Valley Tech Hill 2
16 Kevin Codey DJ Western New England Hussey 5
95 James Coleman SJ Arkansas Hochuli 15
65 Walt Coleman IV LJ Southern Methodist Novak 5
99 Tony Corrente R Cal State-Fullerton Corrente 25
25 Ryan Dickson FJ Utah Torbert 4
27 Lee Dyer FJ Tennessee-Chattanooga Anderson 17
76 Alan Eck U Bloomsburg Hussey 4
96 Matt Edwards BJ Western Michigan Cheffers 2
3 Scott Edwards SJ Alabama Torbert 21
81 Roy Ellison U Savannah State Hill 17
61 Keith Ferguson BJ San Jose State Anderson 20
64 *Dan Ferrell U Cal State-Fullerton   17
71 Ruben Fowler U Huston-Tillotson Anderson 14
88 Brad Freeman BJ Mississippi State Hussey 6
133 Steve Freeman BJ Mississippi State Kemp 19
80 Greg Gautreaux SJ Southwest Louisiana Martin 18
128 Ramon George U Lenoir-Rhyne Novak 4
103 Eugene Hall SJ North Texas Cheffers 6
49 Rich Hall U Arizona Kemp 16
107 Dave Hawkshaw SJ Justice Institute of B.C. Smith 1
93 Scott Helverson BJ Iowa Wrolstad 17
29 Adrian Hill R Buffalo Hill 10
125 Chad Hill SJ Mississippi Novak 2
97 Tom Hill FJ Carson Newman Hochuli 21
28 Mark Hittner DJ Pittsburg State Smith 23
83 Shawn Hochuli R Claremont Hochuli 6
106 Patrick Holt DJ North Carolina State Boger 1
35 John Hussey R Idaho State Hussey 18
36 Anthony Jeffries FJ Alabama-Birmingham Corrente 2
117 John Jenkins FJ St. Mary’s Kemp 6
101 Carl Johnson LJ Nicholls State Hussey 16
42 Nate Jones FJ Rutgers Martin 1
67 Tony Josselyn BJ Eastern Kentucky Torbert 2
55 Alex Kemp R Central Michigan Kemp 6
77 Terry Killens U Penn State Torbert 1
121 Paul King U Nicholls State Hochuli 11
21 Jeff Lamberth SJ Texas A&M Wrolstad 18
73 Joe Larrew FJ St. Louis Blakeman 18
2 Bart Longson LJ Brigham Young Smith 5
10 Julian Mapp LJ Grambling State Rogers 11
19 Clay Martin R Oklahoma Baptist Martin 5
39 Rich Martinez BJ Canisius Hochuli 6
8 Dana McKenzie DJ Toledo Corrente 12
110 Phil McKinnely DJ UCLA Vinovich 18
48 Jim Mello DJ Northeastern Allen 16
118 David Meslow FJ Augsburg College Boger 9
78 Greg Meyer BJ Texas Christian Hill 18
115 Tony Michalek U Indiana Rogers 18
111 Terrence Miles BJ Arizona State Novak 12
120 Jonah Monroe SJ Arkansas Boger 5
92 Bryan Neale U Indiana Smith 6
1 Scott Novak R Phoenix Novak 6
24 David Oliver DJ Baker Hill 3
124 Carl Paganelli U Michigan State Boger 21
105 Dino Paganelli BJ Aquinas College Smith 14
46 Perry Paganelli BJ Hope College Blakeman 22
17 Steve Patrick BJ Jacksonville State Vinovich 6
15 Rick Patterson SJ Wofford Anderson 24
79 Kent Payne DJ Nebraska Wesleyan Rogers 16
131 Mark Pellis U Allegheny Cheffers 6
9 Mark Perlman LJ Salem Vinovich 19
6 Jerod Phillips DJ Northeastern State Martin 4
47 Tim Podraza LJ Nebraska Corrente 12
109 Dyrol Prioleau FJ Johnson C. Smith Smith 13
30 Todd Prukop BJ Cal State-Fullerton Corrente 11
5 Jim Quirk SJ Middlebury Hill 10
44 Jeff Rice U Northwestern Blakeman 25
31 Mearl Robinson FJ Air Force Vinovich 3
126 Brad Rogers R Lubbock Christian Rogers 3
82 Jimmy Russell SJ Pasco Hernando State Allen 1
50 Aaron Santi FJ Southern Oregon Rogers 5
129 Bill Schuster U Alfred Corrente 20
45 Jeff Seeman LJ Minnesota Cheffers 18
104 Dale Shaw SJ Allegheny Kemp 7
113 Danny Short DJ North Carolina-Charlotte Cheffers 3
14 Shawn Smith R Ferris State Smith 5
90 *Mike Spanier DJ St. Cloud State   21
12 Greg Steed BJ Howard Rogers 17
84 Mark Steinkerchner LJ Akron Torbert 26
68 Tom Stephan DJ Pittsburg State Anderson 21
112 Tony Steratore BJ California (PA) Boger 20
75 Mark Stewart LJ Pittsburg State Hill 2
102 Bruce Stritesky U Embry Riddle Vinovich 14
37 Tripp Sutter LJ Nebraska Wrolstad 1
100 Tom Symonette LJ Florida Blakeman 16
53 Sarah Thomas DJ Mobile Torbert 5
62 Ronald Torbert R Michigan State Torbert 10
13 Patrick Turner DJ Cal State-Long Beach Wrolstad 6
52 Bill Vinovich R San Diego Vinovich 15
26 Jabir Walker SJ Murray State Hussey 5
7 *Keith Washington SJ Virginia Military Institute   12
116 Mike Weatherford FJ Oklahoma State Novak 18
58 Don Willard SJ Illinois State Rogers 2
119 Greg Wilson BJ USC Martin 12
54 Steve Woods U Wabash Wrolstad 3
4 Craig Wrolstad R Washington Wrolstad 17
38 Greg Yette BJ Howard Allen 10
33 Steve Zimmer FJ Hofstra Allen 23

 

*Three officials – Ferrell, Spanier and Washington – will work with different crews throughout the season.

 

PRESS RELEASE PRODUCED BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

NFL Network to air 13 Live 2019 Preseason Games

Live Preseason Games on NFL Network Include Debut of No. 1 Overall Pick Kyler Murray​

Triple-Header of Week 2 & Week 3 Preseason Games

Only Network to Show All 65 Preseason Games

Watch Live Out-of-Market Preseason Games with ‘NFL Game Pass’

 

NFL Network remains the only network to show the entire slate of 65 preseason games in 2019, highlighted by 13 live games.

NFL Network’s live preseason schedule kicks off Thursday, August 8 with a double-header starting at 7:00 PM ET when running back Le’Veon Bellmakes his New York Jets debut against running back Saquon Barkley and the New York Giants. At 10:00 PM ET, the number one overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft Kyler Murray makes his preseason debut when the Arizona Cardinals host Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers.

Additional live Week 1 preseason games on NFL Network include the Pittsburgh Steelers hosting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday, August 9 at 7:30 PM ET, and the San Francisco 49ers hosting the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday, August 10 at 9:00 PM ET.

NFL Network airs four Week 2 preseason games live, beginning Friday, August 16 at 7:30 PM ET when the Chicago Bears travel to face the New York Giants. On Saturday, August 17, NFL Network carries a triple-header of live preseason games beginning at 4:00 PM ET when wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and the Cleveland Browns face the Indianapolis Colts. Saturday’s triple-header continues at 7:30 PM ET when reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs travel to face the Pittsburgh Steelers, followed by the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams game in Hawaii at 10:00 PM ET.

On Saturday, August 24, NFL Network carries a triple-header of Week 3 preseason games, beginning at 1:00 PM ET when the Minnesota Vikings host the Arizona Cardinals. At 4:00 PM ET, the Dallas Cowboys host the Houston Texans, followed by the Seattle Seahawks visiting the Los Angeles Chargers at 10:00 PM ET.

NFL Network’s live preseason schedule concludes with a Week 4 double-header on Thursday, August 29 with the New York Jets hosting the Philadelphia Eagles at 7:00 PM ET and the Los Angeles Chargers traveling to face the San Francisco 49ers at 10:00 PM ET.

Live preseason games on NFL Network are subject to blackouts in the local markets of the participating teams.

To view NFL Network’s 2019 preseason schedule of live and re-aired games, visit: http://www.nfl.com/network/preseason.

All NFL Network programming – including 13 LIVE preseason games and re-airs of all 65 preseason games – can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices. Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

NFL Game Pass provides fans in the United States access to live out-of-market preseason games, as well as other exclusive content. Available for $99.99 for the 2019-20 season, NFL Game Pass offers NFL fans the following:

  • Live Preseason Games – Watch live out-of-market preseason games (blackout restrictions apply)
  • Game Replays – Watch full broadcast replays of NFL games, available the same day the games are played. Additional features include condensed game replays in ~ 45 minutes and ‘All-22′ coaches film footage
  • Live Gameday Audio – Listen to the live home and away radio broadcast for every NFL game
  • NFL Game Pass Film Session – Watch players and coaches from around the league break down film with Brian Baldinger and Ron Jaworski. Full episodes are available exclusively for subscribers
  • NFL Game & Show Archive – Full NFL game broadcasts from 2009-2018 are available through NFL Game Pass, as well as previous seasons of NFL shows such as Hard KnocksA Football Life, Mic’d Up and America’s Game

NFL Game Pass is available at NFL.com/GamePass, as well as on Smartphones, Tablets and Connected TVs via the NFL App.

 

NFL NETWORK’S 2019 LIVE PRESEASON SCHEDULE

(All Times are Eastern)

Week 1

Thursday, August 8

7:00 PM – New York Jets vs. New York Giants

10:00 PM – Los Angeles Chargers vs. Arizona Cardinals

 

Friday, August 9

7:30 PM – Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

 

Saturday, August 10

9:00 PM – Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers

 

Week 2

 

Friday, August 16

7:30 PM – Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants

 

Saturday, August 17

4:00 PM – Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts

7:30 PM – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

10:00 PM – Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams (Game Played in Hawaii)

 

Week 3

 

Saturday, August 24

1:00 PM – Arizona Cardinals vs. Minnesota Vikings

7:00 PM – Houston Texans vs. Dallas Cowboys

10:00 PM – Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Chargers

 

Week 4


Thursday, August 29

7:00 PM – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Jets

10:00 PM – Los Angeles Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers

 

*Live games on NFL Network will be blacked out in the participating teams’ over-the-air station markets.

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

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