Found February 11, 2013 on BroncoTalk:
(AP Photo) According to Mile High Sports, the Denver Broncos will likely open the season on Sunday Night Football and play on Thanksgiving this fall. “Broncos @ Giants – Peyton Manning versus Eli Manning.  The huge New York television market.  According to sources, it will be a “major upset” if this is not the SNF opener.  (…) “While the plan for opening weekend is still being finalized, one game on the Broncos schedule is all but set in stone.  Denver will be playing on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 28) in Dallas.  “It’s a lock,” said a league source.” So, Denver is expected to open against the Giants and are a lock to play the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.  With Manning’s rating history, expect the NFL to schedule many prime-time games for the Broncos in 2013. More links and notes after the jump. Even during the summer/offseason, Denver Broncos football is still the most popular sports franchise in Denver. The Vikings are reportedly looking to trade disgruntled slot receiver Percy Harv
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