Monday, July 25, 2011

Information On Broncos Training Camp, Preseason

The lockout is officially over and it's time to get back to football.

"This is a great day for everyone involved with the National Football League—first and foremost our fans. Our coaching staff is comprised of a great group of teachers who are eager to begin working with our players," said Denver Broncos Head Coach John Fox on Monday. "All of us are looking forward to building relationships with our players and making the Broncos a better team. Our preparation has been well thought out, and we are ready for training camp and the 2011 season.”

Players will report to the Broncos training facility in Dove Valley tomorrow morning and the team can then start negotiating with players needing to be re-signed. The team will start training camp on Thursday and will practice throughout the weekend, five practices in all. The sessions will be open to the public. More information can be found at the team's official site:

Team's will be allowed to begin waiving players on Thursday (expect many cuts from the Broncos to free up cap space), and full free agency will start this Friday at 6p.m. (ET). There will be many transactions over the next few weeks so stay tuned.

You can purchase tickets to the Broncos preseason opener in Dallas against the Cowboys on August 11th through our TiqIQ widget. Tickets to the game are going as low as $3 apiece and many are available from under $15! The average price for a ticket to the game is $72.

The following week, August 20th, the Buffalo Bills will travel to Denver to face the Broncos in their preseason home opener. The average price for a ticket to the game on our TiqIQ widget is $60, with some going as low as $10.

Denver will start the regular season on Monday, September 12th at INVESCO Field @ Mile High against the Oakland Raiders. Tickets are available starting at $86, and more deals are expected to come as the season gets closer. See our TiqIQ page for more ticket prices.

Football is back! Bring on the 2011 NFL season!

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