How to watch Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers

CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 10: Paxton Lynch
CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 10: Paxton Lynch /

Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers, preseason week two: How to watch as Paxton Lynch makes his starting debut of the 2017 preseason…

After an underwhelming performance against the Chicago Bears, Paxton Lynch will look to rebound for the Denver Broncos as they take on the San Francisco 49ers in week two of the preseason.

Lynch is making his starting debut, and will play about a quarter-and-a-half while Trevor Siemian will run with the second unit and play roughly the same number of snaps.

Kyle Sloter will again be the Broncos’ third quarterback.

Here’s how you can watch or listen to the game:

Date: August 19, 2017
Kickoff: 8:00 PM MT (7:00 local)
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
Starting Quarterbacks: Paxton Lynch (DEN) vs. Brian Hoyer (SF)
Radio Station: 850 KOA (Denver), 680 KNBR (San Francisco)
TV Channel: NFL Network (LIVE)
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass ($$)

Live in-game updates will also be provided on Twitter via @PredomOrange and @SayreBedinger.

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Who’s Not Playing

We know the Broncos will be without starting safety T.J. Ward. In his place, we’ll see a good amount of Justin Simmons and Will Parks, both of whom will be rotating in the top defensive unit plenty anyway.

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Running back Jamaal Charles will sit his second straight preseason game with plans to play in the Broncos’ week three matchup against Green Bay. With Devontae Booker also still out, it will be C.J. Anderson, Stevan Ridley, and game one hero De’Angelo Henderson leading the pack.

Derek Wolfe is going to be OUT with an ankle injury. Fellow defensive lineman Jared Crick will also not be playing.

We’re also not going to see Shane Ray, Shaquil Barrett, and perhaps not Von Miller. Miller will likely be a gametime decision from the coaching staff. He’s not hurt, but with the lack of depth on the defensive front as it is, Miller may be held out as a precautionary measure.

Rookie DE/OLB DeMarcus Walker is also OUT with a hip injury.

Fellow rookie WR Carlos Henderson is OUT with a thumb injury.

Center Matt Paradis is OUT as he continues recovery from hip surgery.

Wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer are questionable for the game.