Chicago Bears announce their 2023 preseason schedule

Chicago Bears announce their 2023 preseason schedule

by - Senior Editor -

It's almost time for some NFL football!

The Chicago Bears announced their preseason schedule for the 2023 season, and there are two home games for fans.

The Bears will kick off their preseason campaign by hosting the Tennessee Titans at Soldier Field on Saturday, August 12th, with kickoff set for noon (CT). This home opener will be fun as fans will be eager to witness their team in action for a new season.

Preseason games are often the perfect opportunity for teams to evaluate their new talent, and the Bears' clash with the Titans is no exception.

The second preseason game will see the Bears hit the road to face the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, August 19th, at Lucas Oil Stadium. With a 6 p.m. (CT) start time, this matchup under the Saturday night lights promises to provide an exciting atmosphere as both teams strive to rebound this season.

Closing out their preseason schedule, the Bears will return to Soldier Field to take on the Buffalo Bills on Saturday, August 26th, at noon (CT). This final preseason game is an opportunity for the Bears to put their preparations to the test against a formidable playoff opponent before the regular season commences.

For fans unable to attend these games in person, the Chicago Bears Network, in partnership with FOX 32 Chicago, broadcasts all three preseason matchups. The broadcast team of Adam Amin and Jim Miller will provide in-depth analysis and play-by-play commentary.

Additionally, those unable to watch the games on television can tune in to ESPN 1000, where Jeff Joniak and Tom Thayer will call the radio broadcast.

So please mark your calendars and prepare to cheer on the Bears as they kick off their preseason campaign. Whether you're at the stadium, in front of your television, or tuning in on the radio, these preseason ga to offer a taste of what's to come; bear down!

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