Ravens 2013 preseason schedule

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A nationally-televised (ESPN) game on Thursday, Aug. 22, against the Carolina Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium highlights the Super Bowl XLVII Champion Baltimore Ravens’ 2013 preseason schedule.

The Ravens open the preseason at Tampa Bay, with the game’s exact date and time still to be determined. In the second week of the preseason, Baltimore hosts the Atlanta Falcons at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday, Aug. 15.

Following their nationally-televised home game against the Panthers, the Ravens close out the preseason at St. Louis in a contest currently scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 29.

Baltimore is 40-27 all time in preseason play. Under head coach John Harbaugh (2008-12), the Ravens have compiled a 13-7 record in the preseason.

In their preseason history, the Ravens are 6-3 vs. Atlanta, 4-1 vs. Carolina and 0-3 vs. St. Louis. Baltimore has never faced Tampa Bay during preseason play.

Ravens 2013 Preseason Schedule

Date TBD                          at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Thursday, Aug. 15          vs. Atlanta Falcons

Thursday, Aug. 22          vs. Carolina Panthers (National ESPN Telecast)

Thursday, Aug. 29*        at St. Louis Rams

*Tentatively scheduled

(Times for the Ravens’ preseason games will be determined at a later date.)

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