For those interested in NFL preseason football, then you are in luck for this Friday night as many games will be played after the six games that were played on Thursday night. Here is some information about how you can Live Stream Free the Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks game, not to mention a local TV schedule and start time. As well as instructions of watching online 2015 Preseason games from other teams.
The Seahawks definitely want to build up their reputation as winners after their win with the Super Bowl in 2014 and their loss in 2015. According to Oregon Live, the Seahawks have had their share of offseason drama with contracts for Russell Wilson and linebacker Bobby Wagner. Their contracts could hamstring the hawks when attempting to sign other players, and could signal the final season for the Seahawks' current roster.
According to Seahawks News, the game tonight marks the 13th time the former division rivals have met in exhibition play, with the Broncos owning a 9-3 advantage. Does this mean that the Denver Broncos are going to wipe the field with the Seahawks in their own hometown? If so, that loss could signal the tone of this season, and another Super Bowl might not be in the cards once again.
In short, the Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks preseason games is planned to be something exciting on both sides. The Broncos might have the advantage, but the Seahawks might want to really give their all to be the winners.
Those of you who are really into the NFL might want to check out the Gamepass at NFL.com. The Gamepass allows users to replay all 256 regular season games on-demand, in HD. This gives the user the opportunity to listen to every NFL game live, including the preseason games. It is available on desktop and through NFL mobile, coming soon to Connect TVs. There is a 7-day free trial available if you want to try it out, but this free trial will end on August 20th, at 5:00 PM.
Expect the Denver Broncos vs. the Seattle Seahawks game to be televised on 10:00 PM EST on the NFL Network. The game itself will actually be held at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on August 14th at 7 PM, and will air late tonight on Eastern Time Zones due to the time difference.
For those in the Seattle area, it will air on Q13 FOX, or channel 13 in Seattle with Curt Menefee on the play-by-play and Brock Huard on the commentary. For those that want to tune in on the radio, it is possible to hear the Seahawks on 710 ESPN Seattle and KIRO radio 97.3 FM, iwht former Seattle wideout turned "Voice of the Seahawks" Steve Raible will be joined in the booth by Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, along with Jen Mueller on the sidelines.