[NFL.com] The Denver Broncos will battle the Kansas City Chiefs in the inaugural regular-season game on NFL Network on Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. CST (live). It was announced by NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue.
“We are ecstatic to have a great AFC West rivalry to kick-off NFL Network’s primetime live game telecasts,” NFL Network president and CEO Steve Bornstein said. “Being part of a new Thanksgiving Day tripleheader is an honor and we can’t wait to get to K.C.”
NFL Network’s Broncos-Chiefs coverage will include a pregame and postgame show emanating live from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Thanksgiving night.
The Broncos/Chiefs game on NFL Network is part of a new NFL tradition, turning Thanksgiving Day into a football tripleheader.