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GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers' first two preseason games will be broadcast on WACY-TV while NBC affiliate WGBA continues to carry the Rio Olympics.

The Packers' game against Cleveland at 7 p.m. Friday and against Oakland at 7 p.m. Aug. 18, both at Lambeau Field, will be on WACY (Channel 32). The remaining two preseason games, in San Francisco on Aug. 26 and in Kansas City on Sept. 1, will be carried by WGBA (Channel 26).

WGBA also will carry three Sunday night Packers games. NBC will carry Thursday night games in conjunction with NFL Network from Nov. 17 through the end of the season, not including Thanksgiving Day. None of those are Packers games.

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WLUK (Channel 11), the Fox network affiliate in Green Bay, will carry 10 regular-season Packers games, including a "Monday Night Football" game. Fox also will carry the NFC playoff games and the Super Bowl.

WFRV (Channel 5), the CBS affiliate, will carry two Packers Sunday games against AFC opponents and the Thursday night Packers-Chicago Bears game Oct. 20 at Lambeau Field that is also on NFL Network. The station will carry five early-season Thursday night games in conjunction with NFL Network.

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