Courtesy of New England Patriots/David Silverman

NFL Preseason Week 2 Schedule

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Week 2 of the NFL preseason begins tonight with a six-game slate across the nation, two of which will be televised on the NFL Network.

27 former Razorbacks, who are on NFL rosters, including eight rookies will continue to work toward impressing their respective coaching staffs for a coveted roster spot in the regular season. Last week, former Hogs Trey Flowers and Chris Gragg provided the excitement as both scored touchdowns and had impressive overall performances.

Tonight, Hog fans will get a chance to see running back Alex Collins on national television as the Seattle Seahawks host the Minnesota Vikings at 9 p.m. CT on the NFL Network. Former  Razorback wide receiver Jarius Wright is also on the roster for the Vikings, but did not play in week one.

This week 14 of the 16 games will feature at least one former Razorback, five will be televised on NFL Network.

Below is a week two #ProHogs schedule:

DateTime (CT)/TV NetworkMatchup 
Thurs., Aug. 18 6 p.m./NFL NetworkPhiladelphia (Jason Peters) at Pittsburgh (Cobi Hamilton)
Thurs., Aug. 186:30 p.m.Cincinnati (Zach Hocker) at Detroit (Travis Swanson)
Thurs., Aug. 187 p.m.Atlanta at Cleveland (Alvin Bailey)
Thurs., Aug. 187 p.m.Chicago at New England (Trey Flowers, AJ Derby)
Thurs., Aug. 187 p.m.Oakland (Denver Kirkland) at Green Bay
Thurs., Aug. 189 p.m./NFL NetworkMinnesota (Jarius Wright) at Seattle (Alex Collins)
Fri., Aug. 196:30 p.m.New York Jets at Washington (Martrell Spaight)
Fri., Aug. 198 p.m.Arizona at San Diego (Hunter Henry, Javontee Herndon, Darius Philon)
Sat., Aug. 202 p.m.Carolina (Robert Thomas) at Tennessee (Sebastian Tretola)
Sat., Aug. 203 p.m./NFL NetworkNew York Giants at Buffalo (Chris Gragg, Jonathan Williams)
Sat., Aug. 206 p.m./NFL NetworkBaltimore (Ryan Mallett) at Indianapolis (Tevin Mitchel)
Sat., Aug. 206:30 p.m.Tampa Bay at Jacksonville (Brandon Allen, Chris Smith)
Sat., Aug. 208 p.m.San Francisco at Denver (Cameron Jefferson)
Sat., Aug. 208 p.m./NFL NetworkKansas City (Knile Davis) at St. Louis (Rohan Gaines)