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Broncos at Falcons: TV broadcast map for Week 9

If you see GREEN in your region, then you will get the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons game on your local CBS television station.

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If you are seeing GREEN in your region in the map above, you will get the Broncos-Falcons game on your local CBS affiliate. If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, however, you will be denied Denver’s game in favor of the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts game.

The Denver Broncos (3-4) have been hit hard with COVID-19 over the last few weeks. They lost Graham Glasgow last week who tested positive, as well as, defensive coordinator Ed Donatell. This week, Shelby Harris was exposed and is under self isolation this week. Harris might be able to play if he continues to test negative for the illness leading up to Sunday. Both John Elway and Joe Ellis also tested positive this week too and have left the team as they recover. This all comes on the heels of the team going without offensive coordinator Mike Munchak and running backs coach Curtis Modkins who both recently had COVID-19 positives.

Head Coach Vic Fangio cancelled practice for the Broncos on Wednesday and left the practice schedule up in the air for the rest of the week when discussing the situation with the media on Wednesday.

“I don’t know yet about Saturday,” Fangio said. “We’ll see what tomorrow and Friday bring. It was in consultation between us and the league and we just felt like it was the best thing to do in light of the number of [positive] tests that we’ve had recently.”

That situation will need to be monitored leading up to game day against the Atlanta Falcons. Kickoff is set for 11:00 a.m. Mile High time on Sunday, November 8, 2020 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. You can watch the live stream of the game through FuboTV or on your local CBS station.