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Packers 2017 schedule details releasedSubmitted: 04/20/2017
Packers 2017 schedule details released
Katie Leszcynski
Katie Leszcynski
Sports Reporter/Anchor
kleszcynski@wjfw.com

GREEN BAY - The Packers have released their 2017 preseason and the regular season schedule.

PRESEASON:

Thursday, August 10 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Saturday, August 19 @ Washington Redskins

Saturday, August 26 @ Denver Broncos

Thursday, August 31 vs. Los Angeles Rams


REGULAR SEASON:

Sunday, September 10 vs. Seattle Seahawks

Sunday, September 17 @ Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, September 24 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Thursday, September 28 vs. Chicago Bears

Sunday, October 8 @ Dallas Cowboys

Sunday, October 15 @ Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, October 24 vs. New Orleans Saints

Week 8 - BYE

Monday, November 6 vs. Detroit Lions

Sunday, November 12 @ Chicago Bears

Sunday, November 19 vs. Baltimore Ravens

Sunday, November 26 @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday, December 3 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday, December 10 @ Cleveland Browns

Sunday, December 17 @ Carolina Panthers

Saturday, December 23 vs. Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, December 31 @ Detroit Lions

Schedule courtesy of the Green Bay Packers


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