How to watch, listen and live stream: Carolina vs. New Orleans in Week 2

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CHARLOTTE - The Panthers look to win an early division game against the rival New Orleans Saints on Sunday at 1 p.m. on FOX.

There are a number of ways that fans will be able to follow Sunday's game from local TV to streaming and radio. View below for more information.

Coverage Map Week 2

WATCH ON TV

TELEVISION BROADCAST IN MARKET: Panthers fans can watch the game on FOX in their local markets if they are inside the green area outlined above.

On The Call: Chris Myers, Darryl Johnston, Jen Hale

WATCH ON MOBILE/APP

Fans can watch games for FREE online through the Panthers' app if the user is within the regional broadcast area outlined above. Make sure to enable location services on your device to be verified for streaming. Streaming is also available for the broadcast area from Panthers.com if a user is on iOS mobile in a Safari browser.

Links for streaming will be available at the start of the game at the top of Panthers.com and the app.

LISTEN LIVE

LOCAL RADIO BROADCAST: WBT-AM 1110 AM in Charlotte market, click here for a full list of affiliate stations.

On The Call: Mick Mixon, Jake Delhomme, Jim Szoke, Kristen Balboni

The Panthers Radio Network features eight hours of game-day coverage, beginning three hours before the game and concluding with two hours of wrap-up reaction and postgame analysis.

Links will be available at the top of Panthers.com at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday. The broadcast is available nationwide on desktop computers and in the Charlotte region on mobile phones.

It is also available in the Panthers app in the Charlotte region by clicking the Live Radio icon on the top of the home screen. Be sure to enable location services and refresh the home screen for radio icon to appear.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow the Panthers for live updates and behind-the-scenes content during the game.

The Panthers trail the all-time series against the Saints, 25-28. Carolina has played New Orleans more than any other team in its history.

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