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from the Guardian

Carolina Panthers v Denver Broncos: NFL opening game – live!

Cam Newton (1) attempts a pass in the first quarter.

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Cardiff

Super Bowl 50 - Panthers v Broncos

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Broncos QB Siemian passes his first test against Panthers = Game one of 256 is in the books after the 2016 NFL season began the same way the last one ended with the Denver Broncos upending the Carolina Panthers, this time by a closer margin of 21-20 in the first.....

Yasinskas: Panthers are the most complete team in NFL = After winning last season’s Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos lost future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning to retirement and heir apparent Brock Osweiler to free agency. After losing last season’s Super Bowl, the.....

from ESPN.com

Super rematch: Everything you need to know about Broncos-Panthers

The Broncos still have one of the best defenses in the NFL, and Cam Newton is 0-2 against Denver since he was taken No. 1 overall in 2011 draft.

Best of Broncos highlights vs. Panthers #DenverBroncos #SB50Champions #BroncosCountry #UnitedInOrange #PeytonManning18

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Tonight the Broncos take on the Panthers for the first game of the season! To celebrate we're hosting a Gameday Giveaway! To enter in just comment who you think will win the game! Good luck! #broncos #panthers #firstgame #fanfave #football #nfl #tnf #footballishere #vonmiller #camnewton #firstgame

from Zone Report

REDSKINS' SAFETY SUPPORTS BRANDON MARSHALL'S ANTHEM KNEEL BEFORE BRONCOS-PANTHERS

Troy Machir, CSN MID-Atalntic Linebacker Brandon Marshall seen kneeling during the National Anthem #NFLKickoff pic.twitter.com/AqsgWGKj0v — SNF on NBC (@SNFonNBC) September 9, 2016 Prior ot the kickoff of the NFL season opener between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, Denver linebacker Brandon Marshall decided to take a knee during the playing of the national anthem to show support for the silent protest started by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Redskins' safety Duke Ihenacho, who played with Marshall in Denver from 2012 until 2013, showed support for his former teammate on Twitter. Respect bro @BMarshh54 — Duke Ihenacho (@NachoLyfe) September 9, 2016 Keep reading...