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Denver Broncos at Minnesota Vikings: Game time, television, radio, streaming and more

For the first time since December 20th of last year, and for the first time in front of fans since December 29th of 2019, the Minnesota Vikings will take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday afternoon for their preseason opener against the Denver Broncos. Training Camp is now, officially, over for both of these teams, and this is the next step in their preparations for the 2021 NFL season.

How can you follow along with all of the action from the Twin Cities tomorrow? Well, I’m glad you asked.

Television Info

Kickoff for this one is scheduled for a little bit later in the afternoon, with things at U.S. Bank Stadium officially kicking off at 3:00 PM Central time. The game is being broadcast nationwide on the NFL Network as part of a quadruple-header of live NFL action. If your cable or satellite provider does not have the NFL Network, you’ll be able to hear the call from Paul Allen and Pete Bercich on the following local affiliates:

  • KMSP (FOX/9 – Minneapolis, MN)
  • WDIO (ABC/10-13 – Duluth, MN)
  • KTTC (CW/10.2 – Rochester, MN)
  • KEYC (FOX/12.2 – Mankato, MN)
  • KVRR (FOX/15 – Fargo, ND)
  • KFYR (FOX/5.2 – Bismarck, ND)
  • KMOT (FOX/10.2 – Minot, ND)
  • KSFY (ABC/13 – Sioux Falls, SD)
  • KCCI (HI/8.3 – Des Moines, IA)
  • KGCW (CW/23 – Quad Cities, IA)
  • WLAX (FOX/25 – La Crosse, WI)
  • WEUX (FOX/48 – Eau Claire, WI)
  • KETV (ABC/7 – Omaha, NE)

If you’re closer to Broncos territory, you’ll be able to see the broadcast featuring Steve Levy and Brian Griese on the following stations:

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