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NFL Hall of Fame Game 2022 free live stream: How to watch Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Las Vegas Raiders preseason, TV. The 2022 NFL preseason begins on Thursday night with the NFL Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio, as the Jacksonville Jaguars take on the Las Vegas Raiders. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. Eastern.


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The Jaguars had the first pick of the 2022 NFL Draft after finishing last place in the league, and used it to select Georgia edge rusher Travon Walker. The Raiders have a new coach in Josh McDaniels after the team made a surprise run to the playoffs last season.


What: 2022 NFL Hall of Fame Game.


Who: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Las Vegas Raiders.


When: Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022.


Time: 8 p.m. Eastern.


Where: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton (23,000).


TV: NBC.


Read some of what Mark Long of the Associated Press wrote about the difference Doug Pederson is making in his first season as head coach of the Jaguars.


Doug Pederson has no interest in being coy. His straightforward approach with the Jacksonville Jaguars has been a welcome respite for players who endured an 11-month fiasco under Urban Meyer.


Among Meyer’s many missteps: having rookie quarterback and No. 1 draft pick Trevor Lawrence split first-team reps with Gardner Minshew; allowing Tim Tebow to try to resurrect his playing career as a tight end; and believing motivational gimmicks would inspire professional athletes, many of them millionaires.


Long before Jaguars owner Shad Khan fired Meyer in mid-December, the three-time collegiate national championship-winning coach had lost the locker room.


Pederson is going out of his way to get it back. And in the first week of training camp alone, it’s become clear that Pederson isn’t playing games with his guys.


He thrust three rookies — pass rusher and top pick Travon Walker, fellow first-round linebacker Devin Lloyd and third-round center Luke Fortner — into the starting lineup ahead of more tenured players. He benched at least one backup for repeated miscues in team drills. And he waived kicker Andrew Mevis last week after the undrafted rookie shanked a few field goals, including attempts so errant that one hit former Dallas Cowboys coach Dave Campo in the shoulder and two others scattered bystanders nowhere near the uprights.


“It feels good to be a part of a professional locker room, not only in the locker room but also when you talk to the coaches,” pass rusher and team captain Josh Allen said. “It’s a professional setting. ... He’s not getting on us; he’s letting us know what’s real and he’s talking to us like grown men. With that, nothing but respect. We want to grow.”


Pederson, who led Philadelphia to its first NFL championship since 1960 following the 2017 season, made it a point to allow his new team to “heal” after all that went down in Jacksonville in 2021.


He instituted an open-door policy, filled his staff with former NFL players and stayed far away from the college-like ways that eventually annoyed so many players under Meyer. No more music blaring throughout practice. No more emcee directing drills and reminding guys to hydrate. No more charting “winners and losers” for every drill, and catchphrases such as “own it” and “plus-two mentality” are long gone.


Unlike Meyer, Pederson doesn’t require players to jog onto practice fields, doesn’t gather them for lengthy chats before or during workouts, and doesn’t bring in guest speakers.


Pederson treats his young team like a veteran-laden group. For the first time in his coaching career, Pederson is essentially giving players two days off after preseason games, with the second one including a weightlifting session and a walkthrough.


The 2022 NFL preseason is here and fans have many streaming options to choose from this year.


Every August, NFL fans’ long wait for games comes to an end as the NFL preseason gets underway. The 2022 NFL preseason kicks off on August 4 and is followed up by three full weeks of game action featuring all 32 teams. However, watching NFL preseason games isn’t like tuning in for an NFL Sunday during the regular season.


What to Watch is here to help you make sure you know the best ways to watch 2022 NFL preseason action, including how to watch your favorite team no matter where you are and a brief rundown of some of the games each week.


It's time for some NFL (preseason) football! The first live game action since Super Bowl LVI in February takes place on August 4 between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Las Vegas Raiders in the annual Hall of Fame Game from Canton, Ohio. OK, it's just an exhibition and is likely to feature even less of the teams' big name players than other preseason games, but football is football for many.


The Jaguars are hoping that a chance of head coach can mean a change in direction for the franchise that has had the worst record in the league the last two seasons. Super Bowl-winning coach Doug Pederson was hired to turn the ship around alongside hopeful franchise quarterback Trevor Lawrence and a number of young, intriguing players, including Travon Walker, Travis Etienne and Devin Lloyd, alongside star pass rusher Josh Allen.

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