Redskins vs. Ravens: TV Channel & Start Time for Preseason Week 1

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Joe Flacco's back has raised concerns as the Ravens begin their season Thursday night.

The NFL preseason starts with a local rivalry as the Redskins and Ravens open their 2017 exhibition schedule at M&T Bank Stadium.

Here’s a look at everything you need to know to watch the preseason Week 1 matchup:

Date: Thursday, August 10, 2017

Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

TV Channel, Redskins Markets:

WRC (NBC/4 – Washington)
Comcast Sportsnet Mid-Atlantic
WNUV (CW/54 – Baltimore)
WSOC (ABC/9 – Charlotte NC)
WTKR (CBS/3 – Norfolk VA)
WRLH (FOX/35 – Richmond VA)
WSLS (NBC/10 – Roanoke VA)
KFVE (My/9 – Honolulu)

TV Channel, Ravens Markets:

WBAL (NBC/11 – Baltimore)
WJLA (ABC/7 – Washington)
WGAL (NBC/8 – Harrisburg PA)
WMDT (CW/47.2 – Salisbury MD)
WWCW (CW/21-27 – Roanoke VA)

Live Stream: Sling TV (select markets), DirecTV Now (select markets), Fubo TV (select markets) or NFL Game Pass (if the game isn’t in your market)

Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Preview

It’s the start of a season for two teams with big aspirations.

Both the Redskins and Ravens can win their divisions this year, though the teams have had rocky starts to training camp. The Ravens were the first NFL team bit by the injury bug, and it’ll be interesting to see who Jim Harbaugh decides to rest in Thursday’s opener. The biggest casualty is running back Kenneth Dixon, whose season was ended by a meniscus injury before it ever got started.

In Washington, the big focus has been offseason drama surrounding QB Kirk Cousins. The former Michigan State standout still doesn’t have a long-term extension. He’s been earning big money with the franchise tag, but his future in Washington is insecure. Washington finished 8-7-1 last season, and acquired Browns WR Terrelle Pryor in the offseason to replace departed Desean Jackson.

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