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  • Sun., Sep. 21, 2014 2:25 PM MDT Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks The Denver Broncos face the Seattle Seahawks in the team's first road game of the 2014 season. The game will be televised on CBS.
  • Sun., Oct. 05, 2014 2:05 PM MDT Denver Broncos Pink Game The Denver Broncos annual Salute to Survivors halftime recognition, celebrating breast cancer survivors at the team's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
  • Sun., Oct. 05, 2014 2:05 PM MDT Broncos vs. Cardinals The Broncos face the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 2:05 p.m. MT. The game will be broadcast on FOX.
  • Tue., Oct. 07, 2014 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM MDT Drive for Life XVII

    Bonfils Blood Center and the Denver Broncos work together on an annual Drive for Life event which is the largest single day blood drive in Colorado.

    Tuesday, October 7, 2014
    Sports Authority Field at Mile High
    Click here for more information about the 2014 DFL event.

    Learn more from Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway and 9News' Cheryl Preheim about 2014 Drive for Life.

  • Sun., Oct. 12, 2014 11:00 AM MDT Denver Broncos at New York Jets The Denver Broncos travel to Met Life Stadium to take on the New York Jets on Oct. 12, 2014 at 11 a.m. MT. The game will be broadcast on CBS.
  • Tue., Oct. 14, 2014 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM MDT Hometown Huddle Broncos Hometown Huddle
  • Sun., Oct. 19, 2014 6:30 PM MDT Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers The Denver Broncos take on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football on NBC.
  • Thu., Oct. 23, 2014 6:25 PM MDT Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers The Denver Broncos take on AFC West opponent the San Diego Chargers on Thursady Night Football on NFL Network.
  • Sun., Nov. 02, 2014 2:25 PM MST Denver Broncos at New England Patriots The Denver Broncos travel to Gillette Stadium to take on the New England Patriots in a rematch of the 2013 AFC Championship. The game will be broadcast on CBS.
  • Sun., Nov. 09, 2014 2:05 PM MST Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders The Denver Broncos face their AFC West foe Oakland Raiders on the road. The game will be broadcast on CBS.

Training Facility

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On March 5, 1990, the Denver Broncos moved into the Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Centre, the stateof-the-art headquarters for the National Football League team. The complex is named for the Broncos owner’s late father and is the culmination of Pat Bowlen’s desire to maximize a positive working environment for his team, which won back-to-back World Championships with victories in Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII. The Broncos recently completed a $4 million renovation and expansion project, upgrading the facility to make it one of the premier complexes in all of professional sports. The construction project includes:

  • The Broncos Conditioning Center, which houses the team's weight room and an indoor conditioning area, along with a new home for the field-maintenance departments. The weight room is nearly three times the size of the previous one at approximately 9,000 square feet, which gives the Broncos one of the most comfortable strength-and-conditioning environments in professional sports. The indoor conditioning area—covered with FieldTurf™, which the team uses on one of its three outdoor practice fields—spans approximately 18,000 square feet.
  • A training room that increased in size, with additional hot and cold tubs for players' use.
  • A cafeteria that seats approximately 120, allowing for the team to conveniently handle the food-service needs of players, coaches and staff during training camp and throughout the year. The cafeteria is part of the existing building, taking over the space previously occupied by the weight room.

The Broncos’ facility—situated on 13.5 acres in the rapidly expanding Dove Valley Business Park in south Arapahoe County—also includes an administrative building and three full-size practice fields to go along with the Conditioning Center.

The Bowlen Broncos Centre is a two-story building totaling 90,000 square feet, well over three times the size of the team’s previous facility. The ground floor houses the main entry, visitor’s area, trophy display area and media room, in addition to the football-related facilities, which encompass the locker room, meeting rooms, training area, weight room, equipment room and video department.

It is on the second level, which is accessible through two stairways adjacent to the lobby area, that most of the administrative offices are located. These include the offices for Pat Bowlen, John Elway, John Fox and Joe Ellis, as well as those of all assistant coaches and football operations personnel. The second floor is divided into one wing for administrative offices and another for coaches and player personnel. The Broncos’ extensive computer operation also is located on the second floor. The Bowlen Centre also includes a separate building that houses two racquetball courts for training and leisure use by players and staff members, as well as a team store.

There is ample practice space available for use by the Broncos on the three fields, two with natural grass surfaces and one with FieldTurf™, completed in June 2003. FieldTurf™ is a synthetic blade surface with a rubber and sand infill. One of the two grass fields has a unique design system that includes underground wiring to prevent the turf from freezing and thus allows the Broncos to practice year-round on unfrozen natural grass.