The NFL announced on Tuesday the preseason schedules for all 32 teams, including the Denver Broncos five-game slate featuring the entirety of the NFC West.
In a release via the Broncos, the league unveiled that Denver would play the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals at home while taking on the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams on the road in addition to a fifth game, wherein the club will meet up with the Atlanta Falcons in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 1 to kick off the preseason.
Denver will travel to Seattle in Week 2, playing between Aug. 8 and Aug. 12, and Los Angeles in Week 4, which will be between Aug. 22 and Aug. 25.
The Broncos will host the 49ers at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Aug. 19, playing on “Monday Night Football” in the preseason for the first time since 2007. And the team will wrap up its preseason slate on Aug. 29 at home against the Cardinals.
Aside from the “Monday Night Football” tilt against the 49ers, Denver will also play to a national audience during the Hall of Fame Game, which will be broadcast on NBC, ahead of the enshrinement of owner Pat Bowlen and former cornerback Champ Bailey.
The remaining Broncos preseason games will be broadcast on 9News/KTVD-TV (Channel 20).
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