Ravens' 2019 Preseason Schedule Announced

Ravens' 2019 Preseason Schedule Announced

Baltimore has won 13 straight preseason games, going undefeated in 2018, 2017 and 2016.

Denver will travel to face the Los Angeles Rams in Week 4 (Aug. 22-25). The game marks the NFL's first preseason game in Hawaii since 1976.

In between their matchups with the Dolphins and Jaguars this year, the Falcons will play back-to-back home games against the Jets and Redskins. Last year, the Patriots prevailed in MetLife Stadium, 17-12.

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The NFL's 2019 schedule has not yet been released, but should be coming soon as the 2019 NFL Draft approaches.

Apart from the game that will be on national TV, the exact times and dates of the other three games are still to be determined.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans: The Sunday night cap to Week 3 on August 25 (NBC, 8 p.m.) might be our best look at a Steelers offense post-Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown before the real team takes the field in the regular season.

And for the Buffalo Bills, it features a pair of preseason opponents they know well at this point, and a nationally televised game. The Jets visit the Eagles in the regular season and "host" the Giants.

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