The Green Bay Packers will have one of their four preseason games televised nationally, at home on Aug. 22 against the Oakland Raiders.
That game, however, will conflict with the first night of the high school football season in Wisconsin.
The Packers will be on the road for their first two preseason games, and though the week of the game is set, the dates and times haven’t been determined. They’ll play at Tennessee (Aug. 7-10) and at St. Louis (Aug. 14-18) in games that will be televised on the Packers’ state network.
The Aug. 22 home game against the Raiders will start at 7 p.m. and will be televised nationally by CBS.
Their home game against Kansas City to wrap up the preseason will be on Thursday, Aug. 28, at a time to be determined. That game also will be on the team's state network.
Here’s a recap:
At Tennessee, Aug. 7-10, date and time TBA
At St. Louis, Aug. 14-18, date and time TBA
Host Oakland, 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22 on CBS
Host Kansas City on Thursday, Aug. 28, time TBA