Cowboys vs. Steelers: Pro football fans are gearing up to see some of the best players in history compete for bragging rights tonight. Watch as legends like Troy Aikman, Ray Lewis and Aaron Rodgers do battle with future Hall-of-Famers like Ben Roethlisberger, Terrell Owens and Antonio Brown on Thursday night at Canton’s Pro Football Hall Of Fame Game.
1) The 2017 NFL preseason kicks off this weekend with a game between two iconic franchises.<2>The Dallas Cowboys will take on their rival Pittsburgh Steelers live from Ohio’s legendary Pro Football Hall of Fame Stadium!<3>Watch as these superstars duke it out: Tedy Bruschi versus Jason Witten; Terry Bradshaw vs Barry Sanders; Franco Harris
The NFL is back! This week, the New York Giants and Washington Redskins are competing in an exhibition match to see who will be crowned season’s MVP. It has been a long time since these two teams have faced each other; this game could make or break their seasons’ chances of glory. The matchup starts at 8 PM EST on NBC Sports Network but don’t worry if you miss it – all the action happens when both team’s starters take off from playing for some down time before they start battling again next month with high stakes on the line that’ll impact not just them, but also you as well!
The Cowboys are sending 16 players to the Pro Bowl in Canton, OH. Quarterback Dak Prescott, wide receiver Amari Cooper and defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence will not travel with them due to injuries sustained during their last game against Washington on December 30th.
Second-year offensive tackle Tyron Smith is also out of this year’s festivities because he has a back injury that requires surgery so he can be healthy for next season while center Travis Frederick was ruled ineligible after testing positive for chronic lymphocytic leukemia which means his body didn’t have enough white blood cells needed to help fight off infection before an operation or procedure according to NFL rules enforced by medical personnel like Drs. Johnnie Hood Jr., Andre Rossner II and Robert Heideman
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin told reporters that the team’s three most notable players, Ben Roethlisberger, Cameron Heyward and Joe Haden will not play in their game against Cincinnati. Najee Harris is expected to see action at running back but backup quarterback Mason Rudolph will be under center for Pittsburgh before giving way to Dwayne Haskins and Josh Dobbs late into the contest.
Here’s everything you need to know for the Hall of Fame Game:
What time does the Hall of Fame Game start?
The game kicks off at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday, Aug. 5.
What TV channel is the Hall of Fame Game on?
The game will be aired on Fox.
How can I watch the Hall of Fame Game online via live stream?
Fans can watch the game via Fox Sports Live or the Fox Sports App.