The Buffalo Bills begin the preseason tonight so be sure to check out the official information for where the game will be televised and broadcast on radio.
The long wait for Buffalo Bills football is nearly over.
The Bills are back in action tonight against the Carolina Panthers and as usual the game will be broadcast on both television and radio.
The team’s official website shared info on how to watch and listen to every preseason game. There is also a live stream to check out for those living in certain areas.
From the Bills:
"For the first time ever, select Bills preseason games will be live streamed, presented by Connors and Ferris. Fans living in Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Binghamton, Utica, Elmira, Watertown, Erie, Pennsylvania, and Albany, can follow along with the Bills on buffalobills.com at buffalobills.com/livepreseason and the Bills Mobile app, presented by M&T Bank, as they take on the Panthers on Aug. 9, the Browns on Aug. 17 and the Bears on Aug. 30."
Be sure to check out the official information on the broadcast. Those in Buffalo can view the game on WKBW and can listen on WGR550. The only game without a local television broadcast comes in Week 3 when the game will be on FOX.
Fans all over Western New York, and in Erie, will be able to watch tonight’s game as the first real week of the preseason gets underway. The focus will be on the quarterbacks but there are plenty of position battles to follow starting tonight.
From a national perspective, Josh Allen is the main player to watch in this one. Shining against a third-team defense won’t win him a starting job, but it would at least show that he deserves a longer look when it comes to potentially being named the starter.
We will have a live thread up before the game begins and we will be discussing all the fallout from the game as soon as the final whistle blows.
It may only be the preseason but it will be exciting to see the Bills back on the field tonight.