With the lockout over, the Broncos’ preseason schedule – including times – has been finalized, and the club’s first game is just over two weeks away.
With a new collective bargaining agreement in place, the Broncos will begin training camp practices this Thursday as they prepare for the preseason.
The Broncos kick off the exhibition slate on August 11, when they travel to Dallas to play the Cowboys at the year-old Cowboy Stadium for the first time. The Thursday game will be one of the first games of the NFL preseason and will begin at 6:30 MDT.
The Broncos will make their first home appearance of the year the following week, hosting the Buffalo Bills at 6:35 MDT on Saturday, August 20. Fans won’t have to wait long to see the team play again, as the Broncos are right back at INVESCO Field at Mile High the following week, playing host to the Seattle Seahawks at 6:35 MDT on Saturday, August 27.
Denver wraps up the preseason just five days later on Thursday, September 1 as the Broncos travel to Arizona to play their final game before the season opens up with a Monday night matchup against the Raiders on Sept 12 at INVESCO.
-Kenny Legan, DenverBroncos.com