The Washington Washington Football Team announced its 2020 preseason schedule today presented by Pepsi, and the four-game slate features their preseason debut at home against the Tennessee Titans, away games against the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars, as well as the team’s home finale against the Baltimore Ravens.
Three of the four games (vs. Tennessee, at Jacksonville and vs. Baltimore) will be televised locally on NBC4 and NBC Sports Washington. The team’s preseason road game against the Colts will kick off in front of a nationally televised audience on ESPN at 8 p.m. on Monday Aug. 24.
All four games can be heard on the Washington Football Team Radio Network, including on The Team 980 and WMAL (105.9 FM/630 AM) in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
The Washington Football Team's preseason home opener at FedExField will be the ninth all-time preseason meeting between the Washington Football Team and Titans. The teams last met in preseason play in 2013, when the Washington Football Team earned a 22-21 victory against Tennessee at Nissan Stadium.
The Washington Football Team will make their road game debut a week later in a nationally televised game against the Colts. The Washington Football Team have won their last two preseason matchups against the Colts, including a 30-17 victory in the teams’ most recent meeting on Aug. 25, 2012.
The following week, the Washington Football Team will travel to Jacksonville and play the Jaguars for the sixth time in preseason play and the first time since 2015. Washington will look to secure its first preseason win against Jacksonville.
The Washington Football Team will conclude their 2020 preseason slate at home against the Baltimore Ravens on September 3rd. The teams have met in eight of the last 11 preseasons. This year’s contest will mark the first time that the Washington Football Team will host the Ravens in consecutive years in the preseason at FedExField since the 2006-07 seasons. Washington will look to secure its first preseason win against Baltimore since the 2015 season.