For the fourth preseason game, both teams will play plenty of reserves to audition them for final sports, as well as allowing others to put out more film for the rest of the league
Below is all the information you need for tonight's game, whether you plan on watching the game live on television, streaming it online or listening to it on the radio. There's also an option of re-watching the game after it's over, if interested.
ESPN is handling a national broadcast with Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden offering play-by-play and color commentary. This is the one game where
The Ravens local broadcast team will feature Gerry Sandusky (play-by-play), Stan White (analyst) and Qadry Ismail (analyst).
WBAL 11 (NBC – Baltimore), WJLA 7 (ABC – Washington, D.C.), WHTM 27 (ABC – Harrisburg, Pa.), Comcast SportsNet.
KTVI 2 (FOX – St. Louis), KFVS 12 (CBS – Cape Girardeau, Mo.), KQFX 22 (FOX – Columbia, Mo.), KRBK 49 (FOX – Springfield, Mo.), KFJX 14 (FOX – Joplin, Mo.), WBUI 23 (CW – Springfield, Ill.), WLMT 30 (CW – Memphis), KWTV 9 (CBS – Oklahoma City), KTUL 8 (ABC – Tulsa, Okla.)
-Information courtesy of 506sports.com
If you subscribe to NFL.com's streaming service, you can click here to watch the final preseason game against St. Louis.
Baltimore (98 Rock WIYY – 97.9 FM)
You can also stream the radio feed at BaltimoreRavens.com.
NFL Network will re-air the game two times:
Friday, Aug. 30, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EST
Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013 at 3:00 a.m. EST
Though temperatures are expected to be in the mid to upper 80s, weather will not be a factor since the game is inside a dome.
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