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Denver Broncos Schedule

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Denver Broncos Schedule

  • NFL Preseason Game 1: Seattle Seahawks vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    August,14,2015 CenturyLink Field (Football)

  • NFL Preseason Game 2: Houston Texans vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    August,22,2015 NRG Stadium (Football)

  • NFL Preseason Game 1: Denver Broncos vs San Fracisco 49ers Tickets
    August,29,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • NFL Preseason Game 2: Denver Broncos vs Arizona Cardinals Tickets
    September,03,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs Baltimore Ravens Tickets
    September,13,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Kansas City Chiefs vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    September,17,2015 Arrowhead Stadium (Football)

  • Detroit Lions vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    September,27,2015 Ford Field (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs Minnesota Vikings Tickets
    October,04,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Oakland Raiders vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    October,11,2015 Coliseum (Football)

  • Cleveland Browns vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    October,18,2015 FirstEnergy Stadium - Cleveland (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers Tickets
    November,01,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Indianapolis Colts vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    November,08,2015 Lucas Oil Stadium (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs Kansas City Chiefs Tickets
    November,15,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Chicago Bears vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    November,22,2015 Soldier Field (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs New England Patriots Tickets
    November,29,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • San Diego Chargers vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    December,06,2015 Qualcomm Stadium (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders Tickets
    December,13,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs Denver Broncos Tickets
    December,20,2015 Heinz Field (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
    December,28,2015 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Denver Broncos vs San Diego Chargers Tickets
    January,03,2016 Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Football)

  • Denver Broncos

    The Denver Broncos began to play in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League and joined the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL Merger. The Broncos then went on to win the first-ever American Football League game over the New England Patriots, 13-10, on September 9, 1960. In its history, Denver has reached the Super Bowl six times, and won it in the 1997 and 1998 seasons. But Denver didn't start out with a great record as they managed its first winning season in 1973, after thirteen years of ineffectiveness. Rookie coach Red Miller, along with the 'Orange Crush' Defense (a nickname that started in the early '70's) and aging quarterback Craig Morton, changed the direction of the team and took the Broncos to their first playoff appearance in 1977 and in the end, their first Super Bowl.

    Legendary Quarterback John Elway then arrived in 1983. Before Elway's arrival, Denver had over 24 different starting quarterbacks in its 23 seasons up to that point. Elway would go on to remain the quarterback through five Super Bowls, three under head coach Dan Reeves and two under Mike Shanahan and he would also end his career as the MVP of Super Bowl XXXIII, his last NFL game.

    In 1995, the Broncos debuted rookie running back Terrell Davis, who, in 1997, would then lead the Broncos to their first Super Bowl victory, in Super Bowl XXXII, over the Green Bay Packers. The Broncos repeated the following year and won Super Bowl XXXIII. Following Elway's retirement after 1999 season, Denver has only had two losing seasons - 1999, and most recently 2007. The team has made the playoffs as a wild card three times in 2000, 2003 and 2004 and as a division champion once in 2005.

    The 2007 season was filled with loss for the Broncos when, on January 1, 2007, Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams was shot and killed in downtown Denver when he was in a Hummer limousine. Only 50 days after the fatal shooting, running back Damien Nash collapsed and suddenly died on February 24, 2007 after a charity basketball game in his hometown of St. Louis , Missouri .

    The 2008 season is in question for the Denver Broncos as they are a team in transition. They usually are able to bounce back after a losing season but it is questionable if they will be able to make it to the playoffs. If both Jay Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall bounce back from their respective health issues the team can become highly effective.

    The current roster for the 2008 Denver Broncos is :


    6 Jay Cutler
    4 Darrell Hackney
    11 Patrick Ramsey

    Running Backs

    38 Anthony Alridge
    23 Andre Hall
    48 Peyton Hillis FB
    28 Michael Pittman RB/FB
    37 Cecil Sapp FB/RB
    42 Ryan Torain
    35 Selvin Young


    Wide Receivers

    13 Keary Colbert
    82 Darrell Jackson
    9 Taylor Jacobs
    15 Brandon Marshall
    17 Glenn Martínez KR/PR
    16 Marquay McDaniel
    12 Samie Parker
    19 Eddie Royal
    10 Cliff Russell
    87 Lorne Sam
    14 Brandon Stokley


    Tight Ends

    89 Daniel Graham
    81 Nate Jackson
    84 Brett Pierce
    88 Tony Scheffler
    Offensive Linemen
    69 P. J. Alexander G/C
    78 Ryan Clady T
    61 Mitch Erickson T/G
    65 Dylan Gandy G
    50 Ben Hamilton G
    74 Ryan Harris T
    70 Montrae Holland G
    73 Chris Kuper G
    67 Kory Lichtensteiger C/G
    66 Tom Nalen C
    64 Erik Pears T
    76 Tyler Polumbus T
    62 Casey Wiegmann C


    Defensive Linemen

    77 Larry Birdine DE
    95 Paul Carrington DE
    93 Nic Clemons DE
    96 Tim Crowder DE
    92 Elvis Dumervil DE
    91 Ebenezer Ekuban DE
    60 John Engelberger DE
    68 Steven Harris DT
    98 Josh Mallard DT/DE
    99 Alvin McKinley DT
    94 Jarvis Moss DE
    90 Kenny Peterson DT/DE
    63 Dewayne Robertson DT
    79 Marcus Thomas DT



    97 Boss Bailey OLB
    57 Jordan Beck ILB
    52 Louis Green OLB
    53 Niko Koutouvides ILB
    54 Spencer Larsen ILB
    58 Nate Webster OLB
    55 D. J. Williams OLB
    51 Jamie Winborn OLB
    59 Wesley Woodyard ILB


    Defensive Backs

    21 Hamza Abdullah SS
    24 Champ Bailey CB
    36 Josh Barrett S
    32 Dré Bly CB
    22 Domonique Foxworth CB
    33 Marquand Manuel SS
    20 Marlon McCree FS
    25 Christian Morton CB
    41 Karl Paymah CB
    31 Lamont Reid CB
    43 Roderick Rogers SS
    34 Vickiel Vaughn S
    26 Jack Williams CB


    Special Teams

    1 Brett Kern P
    83 Mike Leach LS/TE
    2 Sam Paulescu P
    5 Matt Prater K

    Reserve Lists

    85 Chad Mustard TE (Active/PUP)
    75 Carlton Powell DT (Active/PUP)
    86 Edell Shepherd WR (IR)

    Practice Squad

    56 Manuel Padilla LB Int'l



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