BBD Editor: Dan Hope
The Buffalo Bills will be playing one nationally televised game and three others as part of their 2015 preseason schedule, which was announced by the NFL on Thursday afternoon.
The most notable game on the preseason schedule might be their Week 2 game against the Cleveland Browns, which will be played in Cleveland on Thursday, August 20 at 8 p.m., and broadcast nationally on ESPN. The Bills and Browns are scheduled to have two days of joint practices at St. John Fisher College, the Pittsford, N.Y. training camp home of the Bills, in the week leading up to the game, according to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News.
Buffalo’s preseason opener will be played at home against the Carolina Panthers between August 13-17. Following their exhibition against the Browns, the Bills will return to Ralph Wilson Stadium for their third preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers (August 27-30). The Bills will conclude their preseason with a game against the Detroit Lions, at Detroit’s Ford Field, on September 3 or 4.
Specific dates and times for the Bills’ first, third and fourth preseason game will be announced at a later date.