Broncos vs Cardinals Live: Game time, TV schedule, online stream and more. The Denver Broncos (1-3) are wrapping up their marathon preseason at home against the Arizona Cardinals (1-2). This is how to watch that final meaningless game.
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The end of the preseason has finally arrived. The Denver Broncos will host the Arizona Cardinals to close out the 2019 preseason. We should expect teams to begin cutting their roster down to the final 53 soon after the conclusion of these games on Thursday.
Defensive lineman DeShawn Williams knows all too well how difficult this week is. The Broncos cut him last year, but he seems to have beaten out recently released Zach Kerr and is poised to make the team. It can be hard to stay positive, but Williams had good advice for those who end up unemployed in a few days.
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“Just trust in who you are,” Williams said. “Don’t do anything out of the ordinary just because it’s the last game. Don’t try to go out there jumping out of your gaps trying to make a play because when you do that, you’re going to get exposed. Then everything that you worked so hard for goes out the window, just do what I have to do. [ DL] Mike [Purcell], myself, D-Walk (DE DeMarcus Walker), Dre (DE Dre’Mont Jones), we’re going to be out there Thursday night and just going to give it everything we’ve got like we’ve been doing. I wouldn’t want to play with any—the bunch of brothers that I have, we built a bond in that defensive room and it’s going to stay like that even if we go our separate ways.”
Here is how to watch.
Who: Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos
When: Thursday, Aug. 29, at 7 p.m. Mile High time
Where: Broncos Stadium at Mile High
Channel: KTVD-20 in Denver
Announcers: Steve Levy (play by play), Brian Griese (analyst), and Rod Mackey (sideline)
Radio: KOA – 850 AM | 94.1 FM & The Fox – 103.5 FM | Spanish Radio KNVR 1150 AM
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The Broncos and Cardinals are familiar preseason opponents and the Broncos usually come out on top with an 18-9 all-time mark against them in the preseason. In the regular season, the Broncos completely own the Cardinals with a 9-1-1 with the only loss being Kyle Orton led embarrassment in 2010.
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