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Browns vs Packers live stream: How to watch

The Cleveland Browns are going through a full rebuild under new head coach Hue Jackson. After years of futility, the Browns have ripped down their entire organization well past the foundation and are going in a whole new direction of philosophies. By adding the offensive guru that is Jackson, the Browns are hopeful that quarterback Robert Griffin III can find himself again and become the dynamic quarterback they think he can be.


How to Watch 

Date: Friday, August 12, 2016
Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Green Bay, WI
Venue: Lambeau Field
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With 14 draft picks being added to the roster, there will be plenty of battles in training camp and chances for young players to make the roster. With so many young players across the board, every rep is critical and this is where the Browns are going to need development the most. On Friday night, the Browns will play the Green Bay Packers.

The Packers were supposed to have a preseason game under their belt already, but with the Hall of Fame Game turning into a disaster with field conditions, they will be playing their first one on Friday night. For those that want to watch the Browns and Packers on Friday, the game can be seen online via a live stream via NFL Game Pass.

Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Browns and Packers, including live stream info. Details for Friday are below.


Packers vs Colts 2016 live stream: How to watch the Hall of Fame Game online

The NFL returns Sunday night with the Hall of Fame Game featuring the Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts. If you’re not one of the lucky people traveling to Canton, Ohio to welcome the 2016 preseason, you can stream the game via WatchESPN on your computer, or you can enjoy it using the WatchESPN app on your mobile device.

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While teams are generally wary of giving starters too much playing time in preseason action because of the need to avoid injuries in meaningless games, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano has said that he will play all of his starters, including quarterback Andrew Luck. Pagano still left a little room to change his mind about that, though.

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Perhaps this will give the Colts a competitive advantage, considering that Andrew Luck likes to win. As a matter of fact, he recently told The MMQB that his favorite word is “win.”

After inking a new deal with the Colts that made him the highest-paid quarterback in the league, Indianapolis is surely hoping that Sunday’s game is the start of a comeback season for Luck.

The team will, however, be without first-round draft pick Ryan Kelly. Pagano ruled out the rookie center due to a shoulder strain.

For the Packers, Aaron Rodgers is unlikely to take the field on Sunday after being held out of Thursday’s practice. Green Bay’s backup, Brett Hundley, also missed Thursday’s practice with an ankle injury, so the Packers may be facing off with the Colts’ starters with either Joe Callahan or Marquise Williams — both of whom are undrafted free agent rookies — under center.

Rodgers was given the night off from practice to rest, and not because of any type of injury, meaning he could play if the Packers so choose. Rodgers doesn’t typically see a great deal of preseason action, so it won’t be surprising if Green Bay opts to keep him sidelined.

If the Packers get desperate, perhaps Brett Favre could pull the Packers jersey (not the Vikings one, obviously) from his locker in the Hall of Fame and suit up for Green Bay. Fans surely wouldn’t mind getting one more glimpse of the ol’ gunslinger following his induction into the Hall of Fame Saturday evening.

A few facts about Sunday’s game:

This will mark the first occasion the new Monday Night Football announcing team will call a game together. Jon Gruden and sideline reporter Lisa Salters will welcome Sean McDonough as the play-by-play guy.
Both teams have representatives being inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday. For the Packers, it’s Favre. The Colts will see former head coach Tony Dungy and wide receiver Marvin Harrison honored Saturday evening.
It is the fifth Hall of Fame game appearance for each team. The Colts are 2-2 all time, and the Packers are 1-2-1.
Green Bay’s singular tie in the Hall of Fame game came against the San Diego Chargers in 1980, and neither team scored. The game was tied 0-0 with about six minutes remaining when referees called the game due to inclement weather.

How to watch

Place: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton, Ohio

Time: 8 p.m. ET


Announcers: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters

Online: Watch ESPN