The Minnesota Vikings head to a place they haven't played a preseason game at in more than 30 years as they start their 2018 schedule. The Ravens will be playing in five preseason games for the first time in team history, as they will be playing in the Hall of Fame Game against the Chicago Bears.
The Vikings haven't played a preseason contest in the Mile High City since September 3, 1987.
Things will kick off August 2 with the Baltimore Ravens playing the Chicago Bears in the Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The 4pm kickoff will be nationally televised on Fox and will give Bills fans a chance to thank Andy Dalton and Tyler Boyd in person for their drought ending touchdown last season. Typically, teams try to stay close to home during the preseason, but the Rams will fly all the way from Los Angeles to Baltimore for a preseason game.
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The Titans will play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Minnesota Vikings at Nissan Stadium in this year's preseason. It includes appearances by two quarterbacks who had key roles in propelling the Bills into the playoffs last season to end a 17-year drought.
Regular season schedules will be announced at a later date.