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Broncos vs Falcons in 2019 Hall of Fame Game: Time, TV channel, how to watch live stream online

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2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game
Team : Denver Broncos vs Atlanta Falcons
Date: Thursday, Aug. 1
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium (Canton, Ohio)
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The NFL preseason will get underway when the Denver Broncos face the Atlanta Falcons in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday (5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, KGW-8, NBC).

Few starters – if any – are expected to play in the game, and any starter does play, it will be very limited, probably a series. However, Denver running back Royce Freeman and linebacker Justin Hollins, both former Oregon Ducks’ stars, could see some reps during the game.

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Though this is an extra preseason game and that likely means neither the Falcons nor Broncos will be playing their stars for long (if they do at all), it’s great to have the NFL back. Football fans have been pining for months for the return and they finally get it with the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday night.

Both teams are coming off disappointing seasons.

The Broncos (6-10) finished with their second consecutive losing season, resulting in the dismissal of head coach Vance Joseph are two seasons. The Broncos hired Vic Fangio as the new head coach. The Falcons (7-9) finished the 2018 season with three consecutive wins over teams that finished with a losing record.

You can get the latest score and stats from the game in the box score provided above and here’s everything you need to know in order to watch the Bears and Ravens in the Hall of Fame Game on TV or online:

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Broncos-Falcons game:

2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game Quotes

Denver head coach Vic Fangio confirmed that offseason acquisition Joe Flacco will not see any action in this contest, as the first-year coach is instead opting to start projected second-stringer Kevin Hogan with plans to bring in rookie second-round draft pick Drew Lock after (via DenverPost.com):

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