Ravens-Eagles Preseason Game To Be Nationally Televised


Another nationally televised game has been added to the Ravens' 2015 schedule.

The preseason matchup with the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, Aug. 22, will air nationally on the NFL Network at 7 p.m.

The local broadcast will still be on WBAL in Baltimore and WJLA in Washington, D.C.

The Ravens-Eagles matchup carries plenty of interest, as the teams will practice for three days together leading up to their Week 2 preseason meeting. Philadelphia has also been one of the hot stories of the offseason, as Head Coach Chip Kelly has re-made the roster and also brought in quarterback Tim Tebow.

In additional to the national preseason game, the Ravens have five primetime games scheduled during the regular season.

Here are the primetime games during the regular season:

Week 4, Oct 1: at Pittsburgh Steelers (Thursday Night Football)
Week 7, Oct. 26: at Arizona Cardinals (Monday Night Football)
Week 12, Nov. 30: at Cleveland Browns (Monday Night Football)
Week 14, Dec. 13: vs. Seattle Seahawks (Sunday Night Football)
Week 16, Dec. 27: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (Sunday Night Football)

The Ravens are 17-8 in primetime games since Head Coach John Harbaugh arrived in 2008.

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