The Green Bay Packers’ preseason schedule features an opener at Lambeau Field and an AFC opponent in every game.
The preliminary schedule was released by the NFL on Wednesday, though dates and times have not been announced.
For the second consecutive season, the Packers open the preseason at home, this time against the Tennessee Titans.
The Ravens and Bears will kick off the NFL’s preseason on Aug. 2 in the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio, as they honor 2018 inductees Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher.
The Packers’ preseason opener will be between Aug. 9-13.
Green Bay will stay at home the next week to play the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Packers finish the preseason with two road games, first playing the Oakland Raiders then finishing up with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Raiders will feature newly acquired Jordy Nelson, the former longtime Packers wide receiver who was released by the team in the offseason.
None of the Packers’ preseason games will be on national television. However, they all will air on the Packers TV Network, which locally includes WKOW (ABC).
The preseason will end Aug. 30-31. Super Bowl champion Philadelphia will host the league opener Sept. 6.
Regular-season schedules will be announced at a later date.