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Packers 2012 Preseason Schedule Released

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Packers 2012 Preseason Schedule Released

The Green Bay Packers released their 2012 preseason schedule Wednesday:

- Thurs., Aug. 9 at San Diego Chargers (7 p.m., ESPN)
- Aug. 16-19 vs. Cleveland Browns (TBD, WBGA/state)
- Aug. 23.-26 at Cincinnati Bengals (TBD, WBGA/state)
- Aug. 30-31 vs. Kansas City Chiefs (TBD, WBGA/state)

After a nationally broadcast preseason opener on ESPN, the Packers' final three games will be shown over a nine-station, statewide television network. Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon return as the announcers for statewide games.

The NFL is expected to release its regular season schedule later this month.

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PackersRS's picture

It's almost football.

jeremy's picture

I'd take a preseason game right now. I might even watch the Probowl.

ohenry78's picture

Too far, man. Too far.

Lynn Dickey 12's picture

Dude, my wife wouldn't even watch the Pro Bowl. Get a hold of yourself.

Michigan Fan's picture

BEAT OHIO.

Normthe1's picture

I just saw that Chicago has drawn Denver first up. Surely the Bronco's will start Manning to have a look, and I like that the first two people he will see will be Briggs and Urlacher...

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