BY ROB REISCHEL
Fifteen National Football League teams will play a nationally televised game during the exhibition season. The Green Bay Packers are not one of them.
Green Bay will open with two consecutive home games against Tennessee (between Aug. 9-13) and Pittsburgh (between Aug. 16-20), then hit the road for games at Oakland (between Aug. 23-26) and at Kansas City (either Aug. 30 or 31).
Those games will only be carried by the Packers TV Network.
Two things likely factored into the networks ignoring Green Bay.
First, the Packers are coming off a 7-9 season, their first losi...
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