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NFL preseason game between the Broncos and the Seahawks is being streamed live on Reddit.

On Saturday night, the Seattle Seahawks will face their longtime AFC West rivals, the Denver Broncos.
A pair of longtime AFC West rivals will face off in one of the weekend’s late-night NFL preseason games, when the Seattle Seahawks play the Denver Broncos on Saturday night.
This season, Seattle hopes to maintain its dominant position in the NFC West.
The Seahawks may have had a turbulent offseason, but they should once again be one of the best teams in the NFL this season.
While the Broncos may not have what it takes to win the AFC West this season, they still have a deep roster and are only one excellent season away from making the playoffs.
Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s game between the Seahawks and the Broncos.
How to watch the Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks on Reddit Date: Saturday, August
Time: 10:00 p.m. 21
7:00 p.m. ET
Location: Seattle, Washington Venue: Lumen Field TV Info: NBC (Seahawks), NBC (Broncos) Live Stream: NFL Game Pass, fuboTV, Reddit Kickoff will be at 10:00 p.m. CT from Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington.
7:00 p.m. ET
Saturday, August 1st, at 9 a.m. CT
The Seahawks and Broncos will be televised on local NBC affiliates in Seattle and Denver, respectively.
Because this is not a nationally aired game, you’ll need NFL Game Pass, fuboTV, and to be in the correct media market, or you’ll have to use Reddit to watch it.
In Saturday’s nightcap event, may both of these clubs’ craziest preseason aspirations come true.

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What is the best way to watch the Raiders play the Rams?

The Raiders are in Los Angeles this week after a 20-7 triumph over the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday to kick off the preseason.
B.J. Hill is a running back for the Las Vegas Raiders.
During the fourth quarter of a NFL preseason game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 5, Emmons (35) leaps over Seattle Seahawks safety Joshua Moon (37) and linebacker Aaron Donkor (43) for a score.
The Raiders are in Los Angeles this week after a 20-7 preseason win over the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday. (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_Verduzco
After two combined practice sessions, one of which was cut short due to a scuffle, the two teams meet at SoFi Stadium.
Here’s how to keep track of everything: Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California Time: 7 p.m.
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With a win over the Seahawks, the Raiders welcome fans to Allegiant.

The Raiders welcomed fans to Allegiant Stadium for the first time on Saturday, when a boisterous crowd witnessed Las Vegas defeat the Seattle Seahawks 20-7.
During the first quarter of a NFL preseason game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, Aug. 2, Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Marcell Ateman (88) goes for the ball before dropping it under pressure from Seattle Seahawks cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon (2).
@Erik_Verduzco Raiders running back Trey Ragas (36) scores the first touchdown as Seattle Seahawks linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven (55) arrives late for the stop during the first quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game vs the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders wide receiver Zay Jones (7) extends to the goal line after a grab near the end zone as Seattle Seahawks defensive back Gavin Heslop (38) tackles during the first quarter of the Raiders’ home opening pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders wide receiver Zay Jones (7) gets the ball near the end zone as Seattle Seahawks defensive back Gavin Heslop (38) closes in during the first quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Players stack up on the goal line as the Raiders try to score during the first quarter of the Raiders’ home opening pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders running back Trey Ragas (36) drops his helmet to split the defense of Seattle Seahawks cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon (2) and defensive end Alton Robinson (98) during the first quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game versus the Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Left_Eye_Images After completing a catch, Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver DJ Turner (19) is tackled by Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers (21) during the first quarter of a NFL preseason game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Saturday, Aug.
@Erik_Verduzco Seattle Seahawks linebacker Nate Evans (58) pulls off the helmet of Raiders wide receiver Keelan Doss (18) after a kick return during the second quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game vs the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders quarterback Nathan Peterman (3) licks his hand before another play during the second quarter of the Raiders’ home opener pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders head coach Jon Gruden tosses back a tablet during the second quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game versus the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Alex McGough (10) is hit by Raiders defensive end Solomon Thomas (92) and fellow defensive tackle Darius Philon (96) during the second quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game vs the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders defensive back Keisean Nixon (22) and teammate wide receiver Henry Ruggs III (11) joke around on the sidelines during the second quarter of the Raiders home opener pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll tosses a piece of gum to a sideline player during the second quarter of the Raiders’ home opening pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
@Left_Eye_Images Raiders quarterback Nathan Peterman (3) breaks loose on a run towards the end zone past Seattle Seahawks defensive end Alton Robinson (98) during the second quarter of the Raiders home opening pre-season NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Aug.
Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Left_Eye_Images The Raiders beat the Seattle Seahawks 20-7 in front of their home fans for the first time since coming to Las Vegas on Saturday night at an electrifying Allegiant Stadium.
The Raiders will travel to Los Angeles to face the Rams at SoFi Stadium on Saturday.
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The Seattle Seahawks have reportedly made their final contract offer to Jamal Adams and are ‘not budge’ on the agreement.

The Seattle Seahawks are gearing up for the start of the 2021 NFL season, and if Jamal Adams rejects the team’s newest contract offer, a standoff between the two parties might extend until next offseason.
Seattle paid a high price for Adams in 2020, sending two first-round picks to the New York Jets in exchange for the All-Pro safety.
Adams had a strong first season with the organization, and the two sides wanted to sign a long-term contract before the end of his contract year.
But, the two parties’ talks have come to a halt.
The front office of Seattle already thought it had overspent its budget, but the star defense was not thrilled with the proposals.
With the start of Week 1 approaching, things may be reaching a tipping point.
According to Adam Jude and Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times, the Seahawks have made their last offers to Adams.
If he doesn’t accept, the team won’t move any further. It’s worth noting that Adams hasn’t declared he won’t play until a new contract is signed.
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Seattle knew going into the talks that one of the finest players in the league had clout with the team.
When a team trades multiple first-round picks for a star on the verge of a new contract, the star gains negotiating leverage.
According to reports, the Seahawks are willing to offer him the highest-paid safety in the league.
Adams could make $17.5 million each season in annual compensation over four seasons, with $38 million guaranteed, according to the team’s final offer.
There’s a reason Seattle isn’t willing to raise its offer, according to reports.
Bobby Wagner, the team’s heart and a long-time leader in the locker room, is paid $18 million every season.
Seattle does not want Wagner to earn less than Adams, according to Jude and Condotta.
According to the Seattle Times, Russell Wilson is willing to change his contract in order to give Adams greater flexibility in negotiating a new contract.
In addition, Seattle is reportedly delaying meaningful talks with left tackle Duane Brown until Adams’ situation is resolved.
The franchise tag is in Seattle’s back pocket.
Adams, a top free agent in 2022, is expected to receive the exclusive franchise tag for $12.4 million.
If the two sides can’t come to an agreement on a long-term contract, he’ll be eligible for the tag again, which will cost around $15 million.
But, this creates a larger schism between this franchise and one of its most important actors.
Given Wilson’s offseason controversy and Brown’s new contract issues, the Seahawks will need to settle something out quickly or things may get ugly.

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Aldon Smith, a defensive end for the Seattle Seahawks, has been released, according to a source.

According to ESPN, the Seattle Seahawks have released defensive end Aldon Smith.
Smith was arrested on a second-degree violence charge in April, two days after signing with the Seahawks, after allegedly choking a guy unconscious during an altercation that started inside a New Orleans coffee shop.
Smith approached the man about marital troubles the man was having with one of Smith’s relatives, according to the police report obtained by WWL-TV.
When Smith spoke with the media earlier this month, he said he couldn’t comment on the case because he had signed a one-year, $1.127 million contract with the Seahawks with $137,500 guaranteed.
Smith’s arrest in Louisiana was the latest in a series of run-ins with the law, which includes repeated DUI arrests and a domestic violence accusation.
Smith was suspended by the NFL for parts of the 2014 and 2015 seasons, as well as from 2016 through 2019, for violating the league’s personal conduct and substance abuse regulations.
Smith, 31, made his NFL comeback last season with the Dallas Cowboys, recording five sacks in 16 games, three of which came against Seattle and all of which came in the first half of the season.
Smith has 52.5 sacks in five seasons after setting an NFL record with 33.5 sacks in his first two seasons.
With veterans Carlos Dunlap, Benson Mayowa, and Kerry Hyder, as well as promising young players like Darrell Taylor, Alton Robinson, and L.J. Smith, the Seahawks have a strong edge rusher corps.
NFL Network was the first to break the news of Smith’s release.
Dan Graziano of ESPN and Brady Henderson of ESPN contributed to this article.

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The Seattle Seahawks have extended an offer to Jamal Adams; there have been no further conversations with Duane Brown.

RENTON, WASHINGTON
— A source tells ESPN that the Seattle Seahawks have made another contract offer to Pro Bowl strong safety Jamal Adams and are waiting to hear whether he would accept it.
Meanwhile, a source verified that the organization and Adams’ representative had not spoken in several days.
Adams is expected to sign a contract extension that would make him the highest-paid safety in the NFL, surpassing Justin Simmons of the Denver Broncos’ $15.25 million per year average.
Early in the offseason, the Seahawks and Adams’ agent began negotiating, and they proceeded until the start of training camp until their recent inaction.
Both Adams and left tackle Duane Brown arrived during camp on schedule, but have yet to participate due to their unresolved contract problems. They were both spectators at Seattle’s 10th session on Tuesday.
While it’s evident that the Seahawks intend to keep Adams, a 25-year veteran who becomes 36 later this month, it’s unclear whether they’ll do the same with Brown, a 14-year veteran who reaches 36 later this month.
According to ESPN, the Seahawks and Brown are not currently considering a new contract.
When asked if an extension for Brown is being discussed or is off the table, Carroll responded, “Nothing new is happening with that at this point.” When asked if there’s anything new with Adams, Carroll simply said, “no.”
According to the Seattle Times, Seahawks general manager John Schneider and Adams’ agent have not re-engaged in negotiations this week, and the organization is not currently in talks with Brown.
According to the New York Times, quarterback Russell Wilson has told the organization that he’s willing to shift money around in his contract to make room for Adams and Brown extensions, which a source confirmed.
The Seahawks, on the other hand, have traditionally been skeptical of deal restructures that push cap obligations into future years, having done so only twice since Schneider and Carroll joined in 2010.
When Wilson’s current contract expires after the 2023 season, another restructure would make him more expensive to extend or franchise tag.
It would add to Seattle’s already large amount of dead money if he was traded before then.
Brown’s absence, combined with injuries to three of his backups — Cedric Ogbuehi, Jamarco Jones, and Tommy Champion — has pushed rookie sixth-round pick Stone Forsythe into action at left tackle.
Carroll announced on Tuesday that Ogbuehi will be out for another several weeks due to a biceps strain.
Carroll stated in June that the club expected a contract with Adams to be completed before the start of training camp.
He expressed hope following the first practice of camp that Adams’ extension would be completed “very soon,” but Adams has yet to practice due to the lack of a agreement.
As he has watched from the sidelines, he has been engaged and in high spirits, offering guidance to younger defensive backs, dancing, applauding huge plays by Seattle’s defense, and waving to supporters.
Adams is represented by Kevin Conner, who last year helped the Buffalo Bills sign cornerback Tre’Davious White to a four-year, $69 million contract extension.
The agreement was not finalized until a week before the season began.
When the Broncos granted Simmons a four-year, $61 million contract in March that included $35 million in guarantees, he became the league’s highest-paid safety.
For the time being, Adams is due to earn $9.86 million this season, the final year of his rookie contract, which the Seahawks acquired from the New York Jets last summer in exchange for a package of assets that included two first-rounders.