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How To Watch & Listen To The Las Vegas Raiders Hall Of Fame Preseason Game
Aug 3, 2022, 11:30 AM
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The NFL is back!
Sure it’s only preseason, but it’s the first NFL game since Feb. 13.
The first game of the preseason is the NFL’s Hall of Fame game on Thursday, Aug. 4, which preceeds the Hall of Fame ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 6.
The Las Vegas Raiders face off against the Jacksonville Jaguars in this year’s Hall of Fame game. There are two players with Raiders connections heading into the Hall of Fame, defensive lineman Richard Seymour and wide receiver Cliff Branch.
New coach Josh McDaniels spoke about the significance of playing in his hometown of Canton at a recent press conference.
“Yeah, certainly for me personally, going there is maybe a little bit different than some other people because of where I grew up. I’m looking forward to seeing family and my kids and my wife and my mom and dad, and that’ll be great. I’m also excited to have our team…we’re going to go to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday, so to be able to take them there and we took a poll the other day and there’s a lot of them that have never been there. They’re in this fraternity and it’s this special place and I’ve been through it I can’t tell you how many times, and each time I got through it, I see something different or new or they’ve added to it. And there is such an element of history and tradition. You just get excited because it’s such an important part of our game and so to be able to represent the league and our team going there and playing with Richard and Cliff going in, it’s just an exciting opportunity for us and I think our team is excited.”
How to watch and listen to Raiders Hall of Fame game
The game will be broadcast live on NBC/KCRA 3 from Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. Fans can also listen to the game, which kicks off at 5 p.m. PST on Sactown Sports.
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