NFL fans in the spotlight as a new era begins in Denver

Denver Broncos fans are getting back to the basics in a new style.

The NFL has created a new hashtag to help promote its upcoming season opener at Mile High Stadium.

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Thursday, Feb. 2, at MileHigh Stadium in Denver.

The game will be televised live on FOX.

The Broncos’ opponent, the Carolina Panthers, will be hosting the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Feb 12, at 7 p.me. in the stadium.

The two teams will be playing for the NFC Championship.

The Broncos are coming off their worst season in franchise history, which was the lowest winning percentage in franchise playoff history.

The season was marred by a knee injury suffered by quarterback Peyton Manning in the season finale against the Arizona Cardinals.

In addition, the Broncos missed the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

The new hashtag is a continuation of the #PrayForDenver campaign launched earlier this year.

The hashtag was inspired by the #IStandWithPeyton, which is a campaign in which fans stand for the life of Manning.

In the campaign, fans rally for Manning’s life while singing and wearing his signature No. 22 jersey.

“We’re excited to celebrate the Broncos season opener with a new #CAMVet hashtag that celebrates all of Peyton’s accomplishments and his legacy,” Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said in a release.

“Fans can use #CAMPVet on social media, in print, on their phones and even in their car to remember Peyton.”

The Broncos will be the first team to wear #CAMDet jerseys for the entire season, and the first to wear the jersey during the regular season.