The Rams will take on the Ravens this Thursday in Week 1 of the preseason. The Rams and Ravens meet after a series of joint practices and a walk-thru this week in Baltimore. The game will be broadcast live on CBS 2 with a kickoff time set for 4:30 p.m.
Here's everything you need to know to watch or listen to Thursday’s game:
TELEVISION: Thursday’s game and all Rams preseason games will be broadcast locally on CBS 2 and Univision’s UniMás 46/KFTR station. Play-by-play commentator Andrew Siciliano will be joined for the first time by hosts of NFL Network’s Good Morning Football, Nate Burleson and Peter Schrager, serving as color commentators.
In addition to the Los Angeles local broadcast on CBS 2 and UniMás 46/KFTR, Rams preseason football will extend to households throughout California, Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah. Below is a comprehensive list of affiliate stations airing Rams preseason football. Please check your local listings in these markets for complete game coverage.
- KBFX FOX 58 – Bakersfield, CA
- KBFT UniMás 31 – Bakersfield, CA
- KMPH FOX 26 – Fresno/Visalia, CA
- KDFX FOX 11 – Palm Springs, CA
- KKFX FOX 11 – Santa Barbara/Santa Maria/San Luis Obispo, CA
- KSWB FOX 5 – San Diego, CA
- KHON FOX 2 – Honolulu, HI
- KSNV NBC 3 – Las Vegas, NV
- KMYU MyNetwork – Salt Lake City, UT
- KRXI FOX 11 – Reno, NV
- KYUR ABC 13 – Anchorage, AK
- KATN ABC 2 – Fairbanks, AK
- KJUD ABC 8 – Juneau, AK
RADIO: Thursday’s contest will be broadcast on ESPNLA 710 AM and ESPN Deportes/KWKW 1330 AM. Both stations will once again bring Rams fans the full season (preseason and regular season) of games. The English broadcast will feature Voice of the Rams J.B. Long on play-by-play, with Maurice Jones-Drew and D’Marco Farr as color analysts. Plus, tune into 1330 AM for ESPN Deportes' live Spanish broadcast of the game with Troy Santiago and Ricardo Lopez on the call.
ONLINE: For the first time, the Los Angeles Rams will offer a free stream of their preseason games on therams.com in Los Angeles, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. In addition, the stream will be available in all markets receiving CBS or UniMás’ broadcast across California, Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah. Fans in Los Angeles, any secondary US markets, and the United Kingdom will receive CBS’ feed, while fans in Mexico will receive UniMás’ broadcast. Live streams can be accessed via desktop, mobile web, and the Rams Mobile app.
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