NFL Preseason Week 1 TV Schedule: Welcome Back, Football

The NFL is back on your TV (and streaming live online on your computer) starting Thursday with Week 1 of preseason football action. The Arizona Cardinalsas we well know by now, are beginning the Kevin Kolb era against those dark and deadly Oakland Raiders.

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The Cardinals game against the Raiders will be broadcast locally on ABC TV-15. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. Arizona time with pregame coverage at 6:30. If you cannot watch the game live, it will be replayed on Saturday at 12:30 PM Arizona time on Fox Sports Arizona.

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The Seattle Seahawks are the only other NFC West team playing Thursday with the San Francisco 49ers slated for Friday and the division-favorite St. Louis Rams on Saturday.

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There aren't many games on national TV this first week but you can catch that Seattle game against the San Diego Chargers on ESPN on Thursday (5:00 p.m. PT). On Friday, Fox will carry Tampa Bay vs. Kansas City (5:00 p.m. PT) and on Saturday the NFL Network will have Green Bay vs. Cleveland (4:30 p.m.). Sunday's only game is on ESPN (5:00 p.m. PT) with the New York Jets against Matt Leinart's Houston Texans.

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Even if the game you're looking for isn't on national TV, you can still watch live online streaming for free from NFL.com. Here's the full schedule for Week 1 of the NFL preseason.

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Welcome to the 2011 NFL season!

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