The Ravens' road preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles is gaining a larger audience.
The Aug. 22 preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field will be broadcast nationally on NFL Network. The game has a 7 p.m. kickoff.
The Eagles and coach Chip Kelly have made headlines throughout the offseason following their trade of running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiki Alonso, trading for quarterback Sam Bradford and signing former Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray and quarterback Tim Tebow.
The game is also being broadcast locally on WBAL television and radio. The Ravens have been scheduled for five prime time regular-season games.
That includes an Oct. 1 Thursday night game at the Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL Network), an Oct. 26 Monday night game at the Arizona Cardinals (ESPN), a Nov. 30 Monday night game at the Cleveland Browns, a Dec. 13 Sunday night home game against the Seattle Seahawks (NBC) and a Dec. 27 Sunday night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers (NBC).