LOUISVILLE, Ky.

— It’s the first Sunday in October and the last of the NFL’s Week 2 preseason games are already being broadcast on ESPN.

There’s no way to miss it.

The league’s Week 3 slate will be the first with the NFL Network as the primary home for the game, and its kickoff will be just two hours earlier than normal.

The NFL Network has already begun to roll out the first of its first regular season games from the 2018 season, with ESPN’s Saturday Night Football airing its first preseason game this week.ESPN has been working with ESPN to produce its first live preseason game, an opportunity that is available to networks that can’t get the game for Thursday night.

The network has been trying to get a game with the network to show on Sunday nights in the past, but it hasn’t been a priority, according to a person familiar with the discussions.

It was announced earlier this week that the NFL will televise a preseason game on ESPN from Friday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m.

ET.

The game will air live on the network, as well as online, on ESPN2 and ESPNU, with the game streaming live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.ESPN will also be broadcasting a pregame show for the 2018 NFL regular season on ESPNU.

It will air from 1 p and 2 p p p. m.

ET and will include host John Buccigross, a member of the Los Angeles Rams, talking about his journey to the NFL.

The show will be streamed live on NFL.com, as will a postgame show that will air on ESPN Radio, the NFL Mobile app, and the official website of the Rams.ESPN’s broadcast of the 2018 preseason game is being simulcast in the U.S. from the U-Verse on NFL Network.

That simulcast will also air nationally on ESPN3 from 1:30 to 2:30 p. p., and in Canada on ESPN Sportsnet 360.

The first preseason games from this season will be shown live in the United States on Sunday, Oct 11 at 7:30 a.m., with the final games from that week scheduled to be played on Sunday afternoon at 8 a.

“Week 1” games will air at 8:30, and a Sunday Night Football pregame will air before that at 9 a.M.

The NFL Network’s broadcast schedule includes the first preseason meeting between the Seahawks and the Bills, as the league’s first preseason contest on Sunday night.

This is the first time since 2005 that the Seahawks will face the Bills in the preseason.

This will be a rematch of last year’s preseason matchup, when the Seahawks beat the Bills 34-7.

The Seahawks defeated the Bills 42-13 in the first matchup in the 2017 preseason.

On Thursday, Oct 8, the Seahawks host the Saints, the first regular-season matchup on the schedule.

The rematch of the 2017 season saw the Seahawks defeat the Saints 28-21 in the season opener.

On Saturday, Oct 9, the Bills host the Browns, the second preseason game in the schedule, and for the first-ever preseason game of the year, the rematch of a season opener in the NFLPA’s first regular offseason.

This will be Seattle’s first game against the Browns since 2005, when they were upset by the Titans 24-13 at home in a preseason tilt.

The last time the Seahawks faced the Browns was in 2006, when a 10-0 Seahawks team took on the 49ers in the inaugural preseason game.

The Bills are the second team to play the Seahawks in a regular-year preseason game since the franchise relocated to Los Angeles in 1968.

This game will be played in Buffalo, and it will be live on NBC Sports Network.

The broadcast will be simulcast on NBCSN from 1-3 p. M.

ET, with live streaming available on NBCSports.com.

The Seattle Seahawks will open their preseason schedule on Friday, with their first preseason practice in full pads on the practice field.

The practice will be followed by a short scrimmage, followed by an afternoon workout at the facility.

The team will then fly to New Orleans for their final practice before the regular season kicks off on Monday, Oct 13.

The teams will then travel to Chicago for their game against Green Bay.