NFL Network, WBAL Ch. 11 will televise Ravens-Browns game

Players not thrilled with quick turnaround after playing Sunday night

September 26, 2012|The Baltimore Sun

After playing a national TV game that seemed like it wouldn't end Sunday night, the Ravens have a very quick turnaround for Thursday night's prime-time game against the Cleveland Browns.

The game will be shown nationally on the NFL Network with Brad Nessler on play-by-play, Mike Mayok handling analysis and Alex Flanagan the sideline reporter. The game will also be shown locally on WBAL Ch. 11. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:20 p.m., which means it will likely start closer to 8:35 or so.

For the Ravens, it's their second prime-time game in five days, having beaten the New England Patriots 31-30 Sunday night.

Ed Reed says the NFL is being greedy by scheduling Thursday night games.

"I never liked it when the Thursday night game came out," Reed said Tuesday. "It's all about money."

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