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Steelers vs. Packers Preseason Week 2: Time, TV Schedule and game information

All the information you need to know to keep up with the action from the Steelers’ second preseason game of the year against the Green Bay Packers

Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers preseason Week 2
Simon Chester

The Pittsburgh Steelers will face the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in their second preseason game of the year on Thursday night, and we have all the information you need to know to follow the action.

As an inter-conference opponent, the two teams traditionally only play once every four years and the two have faced each other just 35 times dating back to 1933. The Packers currently hold a 19-16 advantage over Pittsburgh and the Steelers are 3-1 against Green Bay since Mike Tomlin took control of the team in 2007. Sadly that one loss under Tomlin was Super Bowl XLV and a game few fans are likely to have been able to forget quite yet.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers preseason Week 2
Simon Chester

Preseason Week 2:

Game: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers

Date: Thursday August 16

Kickoff: 8.00 p.m. ET

Venue: Lambeau Field, Green Bay

Weather: Live weather update


TV Channel: Broadcast locally on KDKA-Channel 2 with Bob Pompeani and Charlie Batch as commentators and Missi Matthews the sideline reporter. Check the national broadcast map to see if the game is on in your area.

Online: Game Pass on delay in the US and live for international viewers or via live a subscription to NFL Sunday Ticket. The NFL Game Center will update the action on a play-by-play basis.

Radio: Steeler Nation Radio with Bill Hillgrove and Tunch Ilkin as commentators and Craig Wolfley as the sideline reporter. Broadcast live on WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM in the Pittsburgh area and online via and the Steelers Official Mobile App.

You can also follow Behind the Steel Curtain on Twitter to catch all of the highlights as they happen, and be sure to check back with us after the game for our post-match roundup.


The Steelers had already made the decision to sit Ben Roethlisberger before he appeared to suffer a concussion at practice on Tuesday. Cameron Heyward, Landry Jones and Antonio Brown will also be rested against the Packers, while Vance McDonald and Ramon Foster will miss the matchup due to injury. Although Pittsburgh saw several names miss practice in the run up to the game, no other players have officially been ruled out as of yet.