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The NFL preseason is drawing near with just two months to go before teams compete against one another ahead of a 17-week schedule. It’s an opportunity for young players to prove that they’re deserving of a roster spot, and teams can also opt to play their veteran players to knock a bit of the rust off.
Despite being months away, one of the Baltimore Ravens’ preseason games received a time change. The team announced that their third preseason game of 2022 against the Washington Commanders on August 27th has received a kickoff time change, as it was moved from 4 p.m. EST to 7 p.m. EST
Our preseason Week 3 game, Saturday, Aug. 27, at M&T Bank Stadium against the Washington Commanders has been moved to 7 p.m. pic.twitter.com/IeaS6kZuxY
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 2, 2022
Baltimore’s other two preseason games are scheduled for after 7 p.m., so now all three will begin at the same time. The Ravens have a preseason win-streak of 20 consecutive victories, which is an NFL record. The team’s last preseason loss came on Sept. 3, 2015 to the Atlanta Falcons, nearly seven years ago.