The Green Bay Packers will take on the St. Louis Rams on Saturday evening in their second preseason game of the 2013 season and first on the road.
Kickoff is scheduled to take place at 7:00 p.m. CT and will be televised on the Packers Television Network of 14 affiliates in Wisconsin, parts of the Midwest and Honolulu.
Barring a last-minute agreement, Time Warner Cable customers in the Green Bay and Milwaukee markets will not be able to watch the game due to NBC not being carried.
Other cable and satellite and terrestrial viewers should not be impacted. Time Warner Cable customers can still watch the game on Telemundo Wisconsin in Spanish language.
The TV broadcast announcing crew includes Kevin Harlan doing play-by-play, Rich Gannon on color commentary and Rod Burks as the sideline reporter.
As usual, the Packers Radio Network will have coverage of the game on its 50 affiliates with Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren calling the action.
For those out of market, the game can be streamed live on NFL.com's Preseason Live package for $15, which includes every preseason game in the NFL not on national television.
The Packers will be looking to put last week's 17-0 shutout at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals behind them and hope for a better performance.
It's looking as if the Packers will be without several players, however. While not officially ruled out, don't expect to see first round draft choice Datone Jones and wide receiver Randall Cobb Saturday night.