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Broncos release 2017 schedule

Posted Apr 20, 2017

The Broncos have announced their 2017 schedule.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — For the seventh consecutive season, the Denver Broncos will open their season at home.

A "Monday Night Football" clash with the Los Angeles Chargers will kick off Vance Joseph’s first season as head coach and wrap up Week 1 in the NFL.

That Sept. 11 meeting with the Chargers was one of five prime-time games on the Broncos’ 2017 schedule, which the NFL released at 6 p.m. MT on Thursday.

The Broncos also play the New York Giants (Oct. 15, "Sunday Night Football"), Kansas City Chiefs (Oct. 30, MNF), New England Patriots (Nov. 12, SNF) and Indianapolis Colts (Dec. 14, "Thursday Night Football") in primetime.

Other noteworthy games on the Broncos’ schedule include a Christmas Eve trip to play Washington and a New Year’s Eve battle at home against the Chiefs.

The Broncos play four of their first five games at home. Their bye week comes in Week 5.

A printable schedule can be found here.

PRESEASON
WEEK DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME (MT) BROADCAST
1 Thu, Aug. 10 @ Chicago Soldier Field 6 p.m. 9NEWS/KTVD-20
2 Sat, Aug. 19 @ San Francisco Levi's Stadium 8 p.m. 9NEWS/KTVD-20
3 Sat, Aug. 26 Green Bay Sports Authority Field at Mile High 7 p.m. 9NEWS/KTVD-20
4 Thu, Aug. 31 Arizona Sports Authority Field at Mile High 7 p.m. 9NEWS/KTVD-20
REGULAR SEASON
WEEK DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME (MT) BROADCAST
1 Mon, Sept. 11 L.A. CHARGERS Sports Authority Field at Mile High 8:20 p.m. ESPN
2 Sun, Sept. 17 DALLAS Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2:25 p.m. FOX
3 Sun, Sept. 24 at Buffalo New Era Field 11 a.m. CBS
4 Sun, Oct. 1 OAKLAND Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2:25 p.m. CBS
5 Sun, Oct. 8 BYE
6 Sun, Oct. 15 N.Y. GIANTS Sports Authority Field at Mile High 6:30 p.m. NBC*
7 Sun, Oct. 22 at L.A. Chargers StubHub Center 2:25 p.m. CBS
8 Mon, Oct. 30 at Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium 6:30 p.m. ESPN
9 Sun, Nov. 5 @ Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field 11 a.m. CBS*
10 Sun, Nov. 12 NEW ENGLAND Sports Authority Field at Mile High 6:30 p.m. NBC*
11 Sun, Nov. 19 CINCINNATI Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2:25 p.m. CBS*
12 Sun, Nov. 26 at Oakland Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 2:25 p.m. CBS*
13 Sun, Dec. 3 @ Miami Hard Rock Stadium 11 a.m. CBS*
14 Sun, Dec. 10 N.Y. JETS Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2:05 p.m. CBS*
15 Thu, Dec. 14 at Indianapolis Lucas Oil Stadium 6:25 p.m. NBC/NFLN/Amazon
16 Sun, Dec. 24 at Washington FedExField 11 a.m. CBS*
17 Sun, Dec. 31 KANSAS CITY Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2:05 p.m. CBS*