Broncos vs Vikings

Hello Fans — On Saturday night, two teams will meet to help round out the first week of the 2018 NFL preseason, and each of them will feature a quarterback the Minnesota Vikings hold dear to their heart.

Broncos vs Vikings Live game time Preseason week 1

Location: Broncos Stadium at Mile High

Game time: Saturday, August 11, 2018, 7:00 p.m. Mile High Time

TV channel: NFL Network or locally on KTVD-Channel 20

Online Stream: NFL Gamepass or fuboTV (try for free)

Replay: NFL Network and NFL Gamepass

Broncos vs Vikings Live

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The Minnesota Vikings, led by quarterback Kirk Cousins, meet the Denver Broncos, led by quarterback Case Keenum, in an NFL preseason game on Saturday, August 11, 2018 (8/11/18) at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.

Chris Harris Jr. is one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL. For the first time in his eight-year NFL career, he’s actually the top cornerback on his own team.

Harris has played alongside Champ Bailey, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Aqib Talib during a stellar career that began with him as an undrafted free agent out of Kansas and includes three trips to the Pro Bowl and two All-Pro honors to go with a Super Bowl ring.

The Broncos traded Talib, whom Harris first played with in college, to the Los Angeles Rams in a cost-cutting move this offseason, ending the duo’s four-year run together in Denver and thrusting Harris into a new, leading role.

Now, he’s not only being asked to lock down opponents’ top receivers but serve as the unquestioned leader at his position.

He’s handling those responsibilities “really well in my opinion,” coach Vance Joseph said. “As a leader, I’ve been really impressed with Chris. He’s grabbing those guys and leading those guys in the back end. He’s helped (Bradley) Roby a lot this training camp. Chris is a very, very smart player, so he helps our guys with the football IQ part of the game. He can really explain football. He understands football. I’ve been pleased with him. He’s playing good and he’s also leading well for us.”

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