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Bills-Ravens preseason 2017: TV channel, time, live stream information

Baltimore — The Buffalo Bills will head to Baltimore for their third preseason game against the Ravens and will do so as a drastically different team than they were just a few weeks ago. 

Tyrod Taylor the Bills’ first-team offense will be looking to bounce back after a rough outing against the Philadelphia Eagles last week. They will have to do so without Anquan Boldin, who unexpectedly announced his retirement on Sunday. Bills coach Sean McDermott said he expects his starters to play into the second half. Whether that includes running back LeSean McCoy will depend on how McCoy feels. 

So far, the Bills’ first-team offense has not scored a touchdown during the preseason. Offensive coordinator Rick Dennison has hinted that he’s holding back quite a bit of the offense, but it still wouldn’t hurt to see Taylor get on the same page as Zay Jones, Andre Holmes and his other top targets.

The game will feature Andrew Catalon on the play-by-play, Steve Tasker as the color analyst and Mike Catalana doing the sideline reporting. 

Here’s how to watch or listen to the game, which will be broadcast on ABC in Buffalo and Rochester and will air on the CW in Syracuse. The game will be replayed at 10 a.m. Monday on NFL Network.

When

Saturday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m.
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

TV

Buffalo: WKBW (ABC/7)
Rochester: WHAM (ABC/13)
Syracuse: WSTQ (CW/14)

Radio

Buffalo: WGR550 (550AM)
Toronto: Fan 590
Rochester: WCMF (96.5) and WROC (950AM)
Syracuse: WKTW (99.5/WTKV 105.5)

Live stream

NFL Game Pass (out of market only)

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