San Francisco 49ers’ 2011 preseason schedule released

Apr 12, 2011 at 3:05 PM--


The NFL released the schedule for the 2011 preseason ... assuming there is a 2011 preseason. The 2011 season is in jeopardy due to the current lockout between owners and players. However, if the season takes place, the following will be the San Francisco 49ers' preseason schedule.

Week 1
Saturday, August 13 - @New Orleans Saints

Week 2
Saturday, August 20 - Oakland Raiders

Week 3
Saturday, August 27 - Houston Texans

Week 4
Thursday, September 1 - @San Diego Chargers

The Raiders and Chargers are regular preseason matchups for San Francisco. The Hall of Fame game will feature the St. Louis Rams and Chicago Bears on Sunday, August 7.

The regular season schedule will be released later this month.



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