While the Cowboys already learned of one preseason opponent for 2019, the National Football League has now announced the entire list of opponents for the upcoming exhibition games. New general manager Mike Mayock has been very active in free agency this offseason, bringing in talent on both sides of the ball, and that should make for huge excitement entering what could be the team's final year in Oakland. This likely will be the best barometer for what the Redskins starting lineup will resemble as teams typically use the third preseason game to get the most reps for starters and top contributors.
While we already knew one, the Rams announced their full slate of preseason opponents on Tuesday.
The Dolphins will open the preseason against Atlanta at Hard Rock Stadium in the first preseason week (Aug. 8-12), followed by a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in the second week (Aug. 15-19). Denver split all four games against those teams winning at home against the Seahawks and on the road against the Cardinals while suffering losses at home against the Rams and on the road against the 49ers.
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Today the Chicago Bears also announced their four preseason games coming up in August.
The Indianapolis Colts were in talks with the Cleveland Browns to hold joint practices during the preseason, and it has now been confirmed following the release of the 2019 preseason schedule on Friday. During the 2018 season, the Broncos played the entire NFC West during the regular season. That game will be nationally televised on NBC and locally broadcast on 9NEWS/KTVD Channel 20. The Bears, though, had the luxury of playing five preseason games previous year.