2013 NFL preseason schedule

The NFL's slate of 11 nationally televised preseason games will feature the entire 2012 playoff field, one of the highlights of the 65-game 2013 NFL preseason schedule announced Thursday.

The 2013 preseason will kick off on Sunday, Aug. 4 (NBC, 8 p.m. ET) in Canton, Ohio, when the Dallas Cowboys face the Miami Dolphins in the Hall of Fame Game.

The Super Bowl XLVII champion Baltimore Ravens will be showcased on national TV when the club faces the Carolina Panthers on Thursday, Aug. 22 (ESPN, 8 p.m. ET) at M&T Bank Stadium.

Hall of Fame Game -- Aug. 4

Dallas vs. Miami (NBC, Aug. 4)

WEEK 1 - Aug. 8-11

Cincinnati at Atlanta (ESPN, Aug. 8)
Arizona at Green Bay
Baltimore at Tampa Bay
Buffalo at Indianapolis
Chicago at Carolina
Dallas at Oakland
Denver at San Francisco
Houston at Minnesota
Kansas City at New Orleans
Miami at Jacksonville
New England at Philadelphia
N.Y. Giants at Pittsburgh
N.Y. Jets at Detroit
Seattle at San Diego
St. Louis at Cleveland
Washington at Tennessee

WEEK 2 -- Aug. 15-19

San Diego at Chicago (ESPN, Aug. 15)
Tampa Bay at New England (FOX, Aug. 16)
Indianapolis at N.Y. Giants (FOX, Aug. 18)
Pittsburgh at Washington (ESPN, Aug. 19)
Atlanta at Baltimore
Carolina at Philadelphia
Dallas at Arizona
Denver at Seattle
Detroit at Cleveland
Green Bay at St. Louis
Jacksonville at N.Y. Jets
Miami at Houston
Minnesota at Buffalo
Oakland at New Orleans
San Francisco at Kansas City
Tennessee at Cincinnati

WEEK 3 -- Aug. 22-25

Carolina at Baltimore (ESPN, Aug. 22)
Seattle at Green Bay (CBS, Aug. 23)
St. Louis at Denver (CBS, Aug. 24)
New Orleans at Houston (FOX, Aug. 25)
Minnesota at San Francisco (NBC, Aug. 25)
Atlanta at Tennessee
Buffalo at Washington
Chicago at Oakland
Cincinnati at Dallas
Cleveland at Indianapolis
Kansas City at Pittsburgh
New England at Detroit
N.Y. Jets at N.Y. Giants
Philadelphia at Jacksonville
San Diego at Arizona
Tampa Bay at Miami

WEEK 4 -- Aug. 29-30

Arizona at Denver
Baltimore at St. Louis
Cleveland at Chicago
Detroit at Buffalo
Green Bay at Kansas City
Houston at Dallas
Indianapolis at Cincinnati
Jacksonville at Atlanta
New Orleans at Miami
N.Y. Giants at New England
Oakland at Seattle
Philadelphia at N.Y. Jets
Pittsburgh at Carolina
San Francisco at San Diego
Tennessee at Minnesota
Washington at Tampa Bay

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