The Denver Broncos have announced their training camp schedule that will feature practices open to the public. When can Broncos fans expect to fill the berm in Dove Valley?
Beginning on July 27, the Broncos will hold their first training camp practice that will be open to the public. The Broncos announced that fans will have the opportunity to attend 14 practices this summer as the team prepares for their 2022 campaign.
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We can't wait to see you, #BroncosCountry!
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On Saturday, July 30, the Broncos will host their annual ‘Back Together Saturday’ event at the UCHealth Training Center, celebrating the upcoming season and the fans in attendance.
As Denver prepares in hopes of winning the AFC West, they enter camp with a new quarterback, a new head coach, and a new outlook on the season ahead. With Wilson under center and the energetic energy of Nathaniel Hackett, Broncos training camp will help set the tone for the season.
Fans can attend the first week of practice from July 27-30. The second week of practice will occur from Aug. 1 through Aug. 6. The final week of practice available to the public will begin on Aug. 8 and conclude on Aug. 11 which will feature a joint practice with the Dallas Cowboys.
The Broncos will then open up with their first preseason matchup with the Cowboys on Saturday, Aug. 13. Following the team’s first preseason game, there will be no more open practices to the general public.
After the Broncos’ first preseason game, they’ll be required to cut their roster down from 90 to 85. Following their second preseason matchup against the Buffalo Bills on Saturday, Aug. 20, the team will be required to reduce their roster from 85 to 80.
The Broncos will conclude the preseason with a matchup against the Minnesota Vikings on Aug. 27. After their final preseason game, Denver will be required to trim their roster from 80 to 53 to set the table for the 2022 regular season.
Training Camp will feature plenty of competition and storylines that will shape the direction of the Broncos regular season.