2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
3-3, 3rd in AFC West
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18hJeff Legwold

Broncos' LB Johnson tears pec, out for season

The Denver Broncos have lost their second-leading tackler for the season, with LB Alexander Johnson suffering a torn right pectoral muscle Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Noah Fant makes a TD grab in the back of the end zone (0:15)
Courtland Sutton fights for a Broncos TD (0:25)
Josh Jacobs scores easy Raiders TD (0:17)
Kenyan Drake finds a hole to score a Raiders TD (0:21)
Kenyan Drake tightropes the sideline for a Raiders TD (0:36)
Derek Carr connects with Henry Ruggs for 48-yard score (0:26)
Tim Patrick escapes a defender to score 23-yard TD (0:31)
How Broncos LB Justin Simmons is honoring Justin Allen Simmons (5:58)
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3dPaul Gutierrez

Bisaccia, 3-2 Raiders activate backup QB Mariota

After his "good week of practice," the Las Vegas Raiders activated backup quarterback Marcus Mariota off injured reserve on Saturday, as interim coach Rich Bisaccia hinted on Friday in anticipation of Sunday's game in Denver.

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11dJeff Legwold

Bridgewater (concussion) to get start if cleared

If Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is cleared through the last step of the concussion protocol Saturday morning, he is expected to start Sunday against the Steelers.

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13dJamison Hensley

Ravens' Oweh: No ill will in hit on Bridgewater

Ravens linebacker Odafe Oweh said that his hit on Teddy Bridgewater, which gave the Broncos quarterback a concussion, was not malicious.


Herbert and Chargers make statement on Monday Night Football

On this edition of NFL Live the crew dives into the Chargers big win on Monday Night Football against the division rival Las Vegas Raiders. Plus the latest on Urban Meyer's situation in Jacksonville and is time to move on from Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh? All that an more on NFL Live

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Team Stats

Passing Yards250.813th
Rushing Yards117.514th
Points For21.0Tied-22nd
Points Against18.329th