ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With today's release of the 2014 schedule, take a look at an interesting note from each of Denver's matchups.
Opponent: vs. Indianapolis
Opponent: vs. Kansas City
Notable: Former Broncos linebacker Joe Mays signed with the Chiefs as a free agent this offseason.
Opponent: at Seattle Seahawks
Notable: Denver has played 26 regular-season road games against the Seahawks, but this trip to Seattle will be the team's first since 2002.
Opponent: Bye Week
Notable: The Broncos are 19-6 after the bye week in the team's history, including four straight wins.
Opponent: vs. Arizona
Notable: After facing the Cardinals three straight years in the preseason, this is the first regular-season matchup between the two teams since 2010.
Opponent: at New York Jets
Notable: The Broncos played at MetLife Stadium, which the Jets and Giants share, twice in 2013 -- once against the Giants in Week 2 and once in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Opponent: vs. San Francisco
Notable: The Broncos and 49ers haven't matched up for a regular-season game in the United States in nearly a decade. Their last contest was played in London in 2010 and before that, Denver in 2006.
Opponent: vs. San Diego
Notable: Broncos guard
Opponent: at New England
Notable: This game is set to be the 16th career matchup between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. They played twice in 2013 with Brady and the Patriots earning an overtime victory in the regular season and Manning and the Broncos advancing to Super Bowl XLVIII with a win in the AFC Championship Game against New England. The Broncos added former Patriots cornerback
Opponent: at Oakland
Notable: Broncos Head Coach John Fox was the defensive coordinator for the Raiders from 1994-95.
Opponent: at St. Louis Rams
Notable: The Broncos return to St. Louis for the first time since 2006.
Opponent: vs. Miami
Notable: Former Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno signed with the Dolphins as a free agent this offseason.
Opponent: at Kansas City
Notable: The Broncos have won four straight games against the Chiefs.
Opponent: vs. Buffalo
Notable: Broncos Running Backs Coach Eric Studesville coached Bills running back Fred Jackson from 2006-09. Jackson ranked 11th in the NFL with a 4.5 yards-per-carry average during that span.
Opponent: at San Diego
Notable: Broncos Head Coach John Fox was the secondary coach for the Chargers from 1992-93, while Chargers Head Coach Mike McCoy was Denver's offensive coordinator from 2009-12.
Opponent: at Cincinnati Bengals
Notable: Wide Receiver
Opponent: vs. Oakland
Notable: Dennis Allen is entering his third season as the Raiders' head coach after one season as the Broncos' defensive coordinator.
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