How to watch Eagles versus Colts with & without cable: Full streaming guide and radio information

The Philadelphia Eagles host the Indianapolis Colts in the preseason finale. Here's how you can watch, stream, and listen.
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Two down... One to go... That's the thought that we have been entertaining all week. The Philadelphia Eagles' three-game preseason journey ends with a home date versus Shane Steichen's Indianapolis Colts. Then, we dive head first into trimming the 90-man training camp roster to 53 men and a 16-man practice squad. The pace will definitely pick up some. Just in case you have been snoozing, here's your recap.

The first Eagles preseason game saw the Birds come oh so close to ending the Baltimore Ravens' record-breaking preseason winning streak. Nick Sirianni elected to attempt a two-point conversion rather than kick the extra point to try and tie the game. Ho hum. There was no guarantee that Philly would have stopped Baltimore's final drive anyway.

The second tilt did end in a tie. Tanner McKee was equally as impressive in that one as he was in the first game, but injuries were the big story after that one.

Everything has brought us to this. The Eagles host the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday, and even though this one won't count toward the 2023 win-loss total either, Birds fans everywhere will be watching.

Here is how you can watch the Eagles versus Colts preseason game with and without cable.

The Eagles at Colts meet on the field at 8 p.m. EST on Thursday, August 24. This is the preseason finale for both franchises. The game will be on TV in the respective local markets (FOX 29 in Philly), but national viewers won't have that option. They will need to watch on Amazon Prime or on NFL Plus.

2023 NFL preseason – Listen to the Eagles versus Colts on the radio.

To listen to the Eagles/Colts radio broadcast locally, tune into 94 WIP-FM, and tap the 'listen live' button. Merrill Reese (play-by-play) and Mike Quick (analyst) handle the call for this one as they will all season. Howard Eskin will be handling sideline duty.

You can also listen to SiriusXM. The Eagles broadcast can be heard on channel 225. Channel 381 carries the Colts' call.

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