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Cleveland Browns schedule 2017: Dates, opponents, game times, tickets and more

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The NFL announced the schedule for the 2017 season Thursday night. Here is the full schedule for your Cleveland Browns, and below the schedule we’ll have some commentary about it.

Cleveland Browns’ 2017 NFL Schedule

Week Date Away - Home Time TV
Week Date Away - Home Time TV
1 9/10/2017 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
2 9/17/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
3 9/24/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
4 10/1/2017 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
5 10/8/2017 New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM FOX
6 10/15/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS
7 10/22/2017 Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
8 10/29/2017 Minnesota Vikings vs. Cleveland Browns 9:30 AM NFLN
9 11/5/2017 BYE vs. BYE N/A N/A
10 11/12/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions 1:00 PM CBS
11 11/19/2017 Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
12 11/26/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS
13 12/3/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM CBS
14 12/10/2017 Green Bay Packers vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM FOX
15 12/17/2017 Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
16 12/24/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS
17 12/31/2017 Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS

Schedule Notes

  • Cleveland opens the season hosting the Steelers, and ends the season in Pittsburgh.
  • There are no prime time games for the Browns this year.
  • Cleveland doesn’t have any long home or road trips; at most, they have two consecutive road games or two consecutive home games.
  • The game between the Vikings and Browns on October 29th will take place at Twickenham Stadium in London, England, and it’ll be in the morning at 9:30 AM ET on NFL Network. Cleveland will be the home team in that one, which obviously means they have one less “true” home game at FirstEnergy Stadium. This will be the Browns’ first London game.

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