The Buffalo Bills Will Start Season In Front Of National Audience
Today is the day that Buffalo Bills rookies report to training camp at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park and veteran players are expected to report one week from today on July 27th.
They will be walking into a training room where most people think they have a shot at winning the Super Bowl, and that includes executives at the NFL Network.
The NFL Network announced that they would be carrying a record 23 preseason games live this year and the Buffalo Bills are definitely in their plans.
In fact, all three of the Buffalo Bills preseason games will be part of the NFL Network's live broadcast this preseason.
This year since the league adopted a 17 game regular season, there will be three preseason games instead of the traditional four. In week 1, The Buffalo Bills travel to Detroit to take on the Lions on Friday, August 13th. That game is set for 7 pm on the NFL Network.
In week two, the Bills are back on the road to take on the Chicago Bears on Saturday, August 21st. That game has a kick-off set for 1 pm and will be the first game in a quadruple-header of preseason games that day on the NFL Network.
In their third and final preseason game, The Bills will host the Green Bay Packers on Saturday, August 28th. Again that game will the first one of a triple-header on the NFL network with the kick-off set for 1 pm.
The Bills will open the regular season on Sunday, September 13th as they play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1 pm.