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After months of anticipation, waiting for the Broncos’ season opener — and Russell Wilson‘s debut — is almost over. The matchup, which of course is also Wilson’s first game at Lumen Field as a visitor after the off-season Blockbuster trade, will put the Broncos back in the “Monday Night Football” spotlight in what is expected to be a wild setting that could also be emotional . But aside from that pivotal story, this game will also provide a first real look at what this year’s Broncos offense will look like, as head coach Nathaniel Hackett is designing and executing it. The ensemble played around Wilson at the receiver (led by Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy) and running backwards (led by Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon III) is a talented bunch, but will there be any growing pains in week 1? And in a new blocking scheme, how will the offensive line hold up against the Seahawks’ defensive line with old friends? Shelby Harris on the other hand? We’ll have to watch to find out.

Denver’s defense also encountered some exceptional talent against the Seahawks. cornerbacks Pat Surtain II and Ronald Darby must deal with wideouts DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockettand former Broncos tight end Noah Fant will also work to stretch Denver’s defense. Finally, Denver’s veteran pass-rushing tandem by Bradley Chubb and Randy Gregory should also take over the field, and against rookie starters charles cross and Abraham Lukethey might find opportunities to come to quarterback Geno Smith.

A deafening atmosphere awaits the Broncos in Seattle, and even though it’s only the first game of the season, it feels like the stakes are high as Denver hopes to start their march to the playoffs with a win.


Ahead of the opener, the Broncos appear to be in full health, or at least close to it. On Thursday, Denver reported that Gregory (shoulder/knee), WR KJ Hamler (knee/hip), ILB Josey Gem (veal) and T Bill Turner (knees) were restricted in practice during the ILB Jonas Griffith (Elbow) was a full participant.

The Seattle field report is significantly larger. Four Seahawks did not attend Thursday’s practice: RB Kenneth Walker III (hernia), LS Tyler Ott (shoulder), CB Artie Burns (Bar) and LB Alton Robinson (Knee). Five players were limited: T Jake Curhan (elbow), G Damien Lewis (knee/ankle), CB Sydney Jones IV (concussion), LB Boye Mafe (shoulder) and S Ryan Neal (Ankle). Guard Gave Jackson was also on the injury report, but was listed as a full participant.

Note: The Broncos and Seahawks will update their injury reports throughout the week and will post them here when available. To stay up to date you can check this page for the latest available report.



Fans can watch out-of-market preseason games live via NFL+, the NFL’s new exclusive streaming subscription service. An NFL+ subscription also includes the ability to stream live games onsite and in prime time on mobile and tablet devices, as well as live game audio (home, away, and national calls) for every game of the season. NFL+ Premium subscriptions also include full game replays across all devices.

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