The Indianapolis Colts have activated the team’s website and the team Twitter account for their Thanksgiving Day home games.
They will not be airing any pre-game coverage on ESPN or ESPN2 on Thursday, Nov. 25, a day before the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Colts will air two pre-season games on Friday, Nov 25 and Saturday, Nov 26.
The Colts have a week off before they host the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night.
The team announced Wednesday that it will not broadcast any pregame content on the NFL Network.
The team has yet to announce what will happen with the NFL’s official Christmas Day show.
The NFL has declined to comment on the Colts’ decision to do away with pre-Christmas programming.ESPN also has not announced any plans for its Christmas Day coverage.
The network did not immediately respond to a request for comment.ESPN has not yet announced if it will broadcast NFL Countdown on Thanksgiving.ESPN will air an hour of pre- and post-game show coverage from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., a show that will be followed by an hour with a preview of the NFL pre-draft combine, which begins at 7 a.ms.ESPN.com will stream the Colts-Bengals game on its NFL Countdown channel.
The show will begin at 4:30p.m.; viewers will have access to the NFL.com live stream and can watch ESPN on any device.
The NFL also announced it will hold its annual Thanksgiving Day game in Miami on Thursday.
The game will be televised on CBS at 8 p.ms., with a pre-show broadcast at 6:45p.ms on ESPN2.