|13||Chargers||W 23 - 20||1||0|
|12||@Bills||L 3 - 20||1||0|
|11||@Vikings||L 23 - 27||1||0|
|9||Browns||W 24 - 19||1||0|
|8||@Colts||L 13 - 15||0||0|
|7||Chiefs||L 6 - 30||1||0|
|6||Titans||W 16 - 0||1||0|
|5||@Chargers||W 20 - 13||1||0|
|4||Jaguars||L 24 - 26||1||0|
|3||@Packers||L 16 - 27||1||0|
|2||Bears||L 14 - 16||1||0|
RODGERS AT A GLANCE:
- A second-year guard who was on the N.Y. Giants’ active roster for one week in 2016 in addition to competing on practice squads with the Giants (2015-16), Carolina (2016-17), Pittsburgh (2017-18), L.A. Chargers (2017), Houston (2017-18) and Baltimore (2018).* Played his first two collegiate seasons at Washington State University before transferring to Eastern Washington University for his final two years.
- Named an FCS first-team All-American as a senior at Eastern Washington in 2014.
- Joined Denver as a free agent on April 22, 2019.
- Selected by Atlanta in the seventh round (225th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Broncos, United Airlines partner for Unified School Program
Rangeview High School received the 2019 Doug Fulton Unified Champion School Kindness Award from Special Olympics Colorado, in partnership with the Broncos and United Airlines, during an assembly at the school on Monday. Afterward, Justin Simmons, Austin Schlottmann, Jake Rodgers, Dalton Risner, two Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the mascot played a game of touch football with some of the students in the Unified Football program