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Denver Broncos offer refunds for 2020 season ticket holders

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

Based on local and league health policies, we unfortunately will be unable to host all Season Ticket Members at Broncos games this year,” an email to fans said. Reduced seating capacity will be required at Empower Field at Mile High as well as the other NFL stadiums due to COVID-19. Season ticket holders who wish to attend games do not have to do anything.

Broncos announce limited capacity, mask requirement for 2020 home games

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

The Denver Broncos announced in a memo to season ticket holders on Wednesday that capacity will be limited at Empower Field at Mile High this season. Fans who do not want to attend games because of the COVID-19 pandemic will be given refunds or credit toward their 2021 tickets. Season ticket holders have until Aug. 14 - the day before the originally scheduled start of preseason - to opt-out of attending games this season.

3 things Broncos fans should know about team’s COVID-19 memo |

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

On Wednesday, the Denver Broncos sent out a memo to fans outlining the team’s plans for the 2020 season and games in-person. Here are the highlights: Reduced Capacity There will be a reduced capacity at Mile High Stadium this year, meaning the Broncos technically won’t continue their streak of selling out every home game since 1970. The league may choose to look the other way considering the pandemic.

The Latest: Broncos to require face masks if fans can attend

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

The Denver Broncos are telling season ticket holders that Empower Field at Mile High won't be at full capacity this season because of the coronavirus outbreak and face masks will be required if local officials allow a limited number of fans to attend games to maintain social distancing. The Broncos told season ticket holders in a memo that they'll get priority for any single-game tickets that are sold this season whether or not they opt for a full refund for 2020 or a credit for 2021. The Head of the Charles Regatta is going virtual because of the new coronavirus, only the second time since 1965 that the two-day rowing event has been canceled.

Denver Broncos: Negative fallout of no Justin Simmons deal

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

The big potential effect of no deal for Justin Simmons If Justin Simmons is not re-signed to a new contract, I am predicting that the Denver Broncos will begin to see more of their young star players hold out or demand trades in advance of their contract's expiration. Let's take a quick trip back to 2015. The Broncos were preparing for a championship run, potentially the final year Peyton Manning would spend with the team.

Broncos QB Drew Lock offers to come off the bench for Nuggets

Monday, July 13th, 2020

After the Nuggets shared a clip of coaches and players tossing a football on Twitter, Broncos quarterback Drew Lock responded by saying he’s willing to join the team if they’re looking for some three-pointers off the bench. Lock is clearly a big basketball fan. He attended a Nuggets game and chatted with former quarterback Peyton Manning at the Pepsi Center in March.

Denver Broncos best games by week, 2010-2019

Monday, July 13th, 2020

Week 12: 2015 vs. New England Patriots DENVER, CO - NOVEMBER 29: Running back C.J. Anderson #22 of the Denver Broncos carries the ball for an overtime touchdown to defeat the New England Patriots 30-24 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 29, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images) The Denver Broncos were in just their second full week of Brock Osweiler taking the reins from the injured Peyton Manning.

Broncos might not sign Justin Simmons to contract extension before deadline

Monday, July 13th, 2020

NFL teams will likely have reduced capacities at their stadiums this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That will lead to reduced revenue, which will result in a lower salary cap for the 2021 season. With teams uncertain about the NFL’s financial structure for next season, the Broncos might be hesitant to give safety Justin Simmons a multi-year deal.

Will Drew Lock be the second-best 2020 fantasy quarterback in the AFC West?

Monday, July 13th, 2020

Our experts preview the Denver Broncos for 2020, giving their thoughts on the team's young, exciting quarterback, Drew Lock.

Anonymous NFC Exec on Von Miller: ‘I’d Still Take Him over Just About Anyone’

Monday, July 13th, 2020

Von Miller may be heading into his 10th NFL season, but he still strikes fear into opposing teams. ESPN polled more than 50 league executives, who ranked Miller as the fourth-best pass rusher in football for the 2020 season. Miller is the oldest player in the rankings at age 31, though Chandler Jones (second) and Cam Jordan (ninth) are also in their 30s.