Jim Harbaugh will coach the 49ers against his brother in Baltimore as one of the highlights of the team's season. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
There may not even be 2011 NFL season but that is not stopping the league from releasing its schedule.
Both the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders found out who they will play and where during the upcoming season.
All of this is of course contingent on the league and its players actually reaching a collective bargaining agreement.
The 49ers will open the season at home against the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 11, followed by a visit from the Dallas Cowboys.
San Francisco will only have two games on national television this year. On Thursday Nov. 24, the 49ers will play the Ravens in Baltimore on the NFL Network and then on Dec. 19 the 49ers will host the Steelers on Monday Night Football.
The Oakland Raiders will open the season on national television against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football.
Al Davis and his boys will only have one more nationally televised game when the Raiders play at the San Diego Chargers Nov. 10 on the NFL Network.