NFL Preseason Schedule 2012: Texans, Colts, Titans And Jaguars

The NFL's regular season schedule won't come out until closer to the 2012 NFL Draft, but the league has released the preseason schedule for every team, including those in the AFC South. And that means we now know when we'll see Andrew Luck on an NFL field for the first time. Assuming he's picked by the Colts, that game will come against the St. Louis Rams. Other scheduling notes include the Jaguars playing four playoff teams from last season.

Another Luck-Colts item is that Indy will play the Redskins in Week 3, which means that if the draft goes the way we think it'll go, Luck will face Robert Griffin III.

Here's a look at the preseason schedule for every AFC South team:

Houston Texans: at Carolina Panthers, San Francisco 49ers, at New Orleans Saints (CBS), Minnesota Vikings

Indianapolis Colts: St. Louis Rams, at Pittsburgh Steelers, at Washington Redskins, Cincinnati Bengals

Tennessee Titans: at Seattle Seahawks, at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, New Orleans Saints

Jacksonville Jaguars: New York Giants, at New Orleans Saints, at Baltimore Ravens, Atlanta Falcons

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for more information on the 2012 NFL preseason schedule.

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