Pro Football NFL Hall of Fame Game broadcast 5 August 2022

Pro Football NFL Hall of Fame Game broadcast 5 August 2022

NFL Hall of Fame Game odds, time, TV info, how to Watch Steelers vs Cowboys in Canton. The Las Vegas Raiders will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2022 Hall of Fame Game at 8 p.m. ET Thursday, Aug. 4 during Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls. The matchup, which kicks off the National Football League’s 103rd season in the city where the League was born, will take place in Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium adjacent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The game marks the fourth appearance by the Raiders and the second for the Jaguars. The previous Hall of Fame Game for the Jaguars was the franchise’s first NFL game.

The 2022 Hall of Fame Game, set for 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. NBC Sports today announced its new Sunday Night Football announce team, featuring Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth in the booth and Melissa Stark on the sidelines, will work its first game together at the 2022 Hall of Fame Game. Tirico and Collinsworth have teamed to call 21 NFL games (19 regular season, two preseason) since Tirico joined NBC Sports in 2016. Stark, NBC Sports’ newest team member, served as sideline reporter for ABC’s Monday Night Football for three seasons (2000-02), and has been a host and reporter for NFL Network since 2011.

Pro Football NFL Hall of Fame Game broadcast 5 August 2022
Pro Football NFL Hall of Fame Game

It’s only fitting that the 2021 Hall of Fame festivities will kick off at 8 p.m. with a game between the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers will have three former players, along with coach Bill Cowher and longtime scout Bill Nunn, enshrined in the days following the game. Former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson, receiver Drew Pearson and safety Cliff Harris will also have their careers immortalized in Canton, Ohio, during this week’s festivities.

The two franchises have combined to win 11 Super Bowls and 16 conference titles. They are also the only franchises that have met three times in the big game. Pittsburgh came out victorious in Super Bowls X and XIII, while Dallas extracted a measure of revenge in Super Bowl XXX. While Thursday night’s game is merely an exhibition, both teams are surely hoping to get their seasons off to a good start in front of a nationally televised audience. Before we preview Thursday’s game, here’s how to follow the action in real time.

How to watch

Date: Thursday, Aug. 5 | Time: 8 p.m. ET

Location: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium Canton, Ohio

Notable Cowboys rookies to watch Thursday night include linebacker Micah Parsons and cornerback Kelvin Joseph. Parsons’ play during camp has received rave reviews from coach Mike McCarthy, who is counting on the former Penn State standout to be an early contributor on the Cowboys defense. The 44th overall pick in the draft, Joseph finds himself in a position battle with veteran Anthony Brown.

The Cowboys will not dress quarterback Dak Prescott, who is dealing with a shoulder strain. Gilbert who threw for 243 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the Cowboys’ Week 9 loss to the Steelers last season received first-team reps during the Cowboys’ last several practices. Mason Rudolph will start for the Steelers in place of Ben Roethlisberger, who is one of several starters coach Mike Tomlin has already ruled out. The plan is for Dwayne Haskins (who has enjoyed a strong camp thus far) to finish the half and Josh Dobbs to finish Thursday night’s game. Fellow rookie Kendrick Green, a center out of Illinois, will also start against the Cowboys.

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