2012 NFL Preseason Football Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

NFLThe 2012 NFL Preseason Football Schedule was released last week and kicks off with Arizona vs. New Orleans in the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio on Sunday, Aug. 5 (8 p.m. ET; NFL Network).

Eleven other preseason games have already been scheduled for national television broadcasts, including Green Bay at San Diego, Philadelphia at New England and Chicago at N.Y. Giants.

Listed below is the complete 2012 NFL preseason schedule. Additional dates, times and TV information will be announced at a later date.

2012 NFL Preseason Football Schedule
DateMatchupTime (ET)TV
Sun., Aug. 5Arizona vs. New Orleans (at Canton, OH)8:00 p.m.NFL Network
Week 1 (Aug. 9-13)
Thu., Aug. 9Green Bay at San Diego8:00 p.m.ESPN
Mon., Aug. 13Dallas at Oakland8:00 p.m.ESPN
TBAArizona at Kansas CityTBATBA
TBABaltimore at AtlantaTBATBA
TBACleveland at DetroitTBATBA
TBADenver at ChicagoTBATBA
TBAHouston at CarolinaTBATBA
TBAMinnesota at San FranciscoTBATBA
TBANew Orleans at New EnglandTBATBA
TBAN.Y. Giants at JacksonvilleTBATBA
TBAN.Y. Jets at CincinnatiTBATBA
TBAPittsburgh at PhiladelphiaTBATBA
TBASt. Louis at IndianapolisTBATBA
TBATampa Bay at MiamiTBATBA
TBATennessee at SeattleTBATBA
TBAWashington at BuffaloTBATBA
Week 2 (Aug. 16-20)
Thu., Aug. 16Cincinnati at Atlanta8:00 p.m.FOX
Fri., Aug. 17Detroit at Baltimore8:00 p.m.FOX
Sun., Aug. 19Indianapolis at Pittsburgh8:00 p.m.NBC
Mon., Aug. 20Philadelphia at New England8:00 p.m.ESPN
TBABuffalo at MinnesotaTBATBA
TBACleveland at Green BayTBATBA
TBADallas at San DiegoTBATBA
TBAJacksonville at New OrleansTBATBA
TBAKansas City at St. LouisTBATBA
TBAMiami at CarolinaTBATBA
TBAN.Y. Giants at N.Y. JetsTBATBA
TBAOakland at ArizonaTBATBA
TBASan Francisco at HoustonTBATBA
TBASeattle at DenverTBATBA
TBATennessee at Tampa BayTBATBA
TBAWashington at ChicagoTBATBA
Week 3 (Aug. 23-26)
Thu., Aug. 23Arizona at Tennessee8:00 p.m.ESPN
Fri., Aug. 24Chicago at N.Y. Giants8:00 p.m.CBS
Sat., Aug. 25Houston at New Orleans8:00 p.m.CBS
Sun., Aug. 26San Francisco at Denver4:00 p.m.FOX
Sun., Aug. 26Carolina at N.Y. Jets8:00 p.m.NBC
TBAAtlanta at MiamiTBATBA
TBADetroit at OaklandTBATBA
TBAGreen Bay at CincinnatiTBATBA
TBAIndianapolis at WashingtonTBATBA
TBAJacksonville at BaltimoreTBATBA
TBANew England at Tampa BayTBATBA
TBAPhiladelphia at ClevelandTBATBA
TBAPittsburgh at BuffaloTBATBA
TBASan Diego at MinnesotaTBATBA
TBASeattle at Kansas CityTBATBA
TBASt. Louis at DallasTBATBA
Week 4 (Aug. 29-30)
TBAAtlanta at JacksonvilleTBATBA
TBABaltimore at St. LouisTBATBA
TBABuffalo at DetroitTBATBA
TBACarolina at PittsburghTBATBA
TBAChicago at ClevelandTBATBA
TBACincinnati at IndianapolisTBATBA
TBADenver at ArizonaTBATBA
TBAKansas City at Green BayTBATBA
TBAMiami at DallasTBATBA
TBAMinnesota at HoustonTBATBA
TBANew England at N.Y. GiantsTBATBA
TBANew Orleans at TennesseeTBATBA
TBAN.Y. Jets at PhiladelphiaTBATBA
TBAOakland at SeattleTBATBA
TBASan Diego at San FranciscoTBATBA
TBATampa Bay at WashingtonTBATBA

Comments (3)

I am already EXCITED about the soon to start but also the games from start to finish!!!!!!!!

Why doesn’t some one tell the NFL Channel and NBC not everyone can afford their air time. The air ways were designed to be free to the public. Maybe this Nation can get back on it’s feet when the Obamanation is gone.

Mr. Tangney, your comment says much about how little most Americans know about governance, world affairs or basic human rights. Your comment is embarrassing!