Raiders vs. Cardinals: Game Time, TV Schedule, Injury Updates And More

The Oakland Raiders and Arizona Cardinals will meet for their second preseason game of the summer on Friday night. The Raiders dropped their first game to the Cowboys by a score of 3-0, but the team did not suffer any serious injuries and that in itself should be considered a big win for the coaching staff.

The Cardinals are winless after two games are still haven't named their starting quarterback. This is a talented team with a chance to make a run in the NFC West, but they'll have to get solid quarterback play if they hope to compete.

Start Time: Kickoff from University of Phoenix Stadium is scheduled for 7 p.m. PST.

TV Schedule: The game will not be televised live in the Bay Area. It will be tape delayed and shown on Saturday evening. For those in Arizona, you can find it on ABC-15.

Online Stream: You can purchase a subscription through the NFL to watch all games live.

Odds: The Cardinals opened as five-point favorites over the Raiders.

Team Sites: For more on the Raiders, check out Silver and Black Pride. Head over to Revenge of the Birds for Cardinals news.

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