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Browns vs Broncos live score, updates, highlights of the NFL game ‘Thursday Night Football’

Case Keenum will make his first NFL start since 2019 when the Browns host the Broncos on “Thursday Night Football.”

Keenum is in the lineup in place of quarterback Baker Mayfield, one of several injured Cleveland starters who will miss the game. the team’s pre-game injury report It included 19 players, and half of them were listed as questionable or eliminated. Mayfield suffered a labrum tear in his left shoulder during the Browns’ 37-14 loss to the Cardinals on Sunday. He has not been placed on injured reserve, so there is a chance that he will return in Week 8.

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Also out for Cleveland are running back Nick Chubb and cornerback AJ Green. The Browns activated wide receiver Jarvis Landry from injured reserve, and he is expected to start Thursday. The five-time Pro Bowler will return from an MCL sprain suffered in Week 2. Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was also activated hours before the matchup.

Teddy Bridgewater is expected to start as the Broncos’ quarterback despite a foot injury. A teammate stepped on him in the latter stages of the team’s loss to the Raiders on Sunday.

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Browns vs. Browns score

Browns vs. Broncos Live Updates, Highlights from ‘Thursday Night Football’

All the time of the East.

8:59: John Kelly does the carry for the first down at 50.

8:58: Browns safety John Johnson III intercepts a pass from Teddy Bridgewater in the end zone to open the second quarter.

First quarter: Browns 7, Broncos 0

8:55: McKinley drops Williams for a one-yard loss to end the first quarter.

8:52: Sutton makes a one-handed catch on a Bridgewater shot to lead the Broncos to the Browns 32.

8:48: FIELD OBJECTIVE MARCH. McLaughlin hits a 52-yard drive to extend the Browns’ lead. Cleveland takes a 10-0 lead with 3:09 remaining in the first quarter.

8:42: Keenum rounds out Landry on a first try to push the Browns past midfield.

8:37: Keenum finds Landry on the first try after the Browns opened their second series with a false start penalty.

8:33: Sam Martin punts for the Broncos when they went three and eliminated in their opening series. The Browns replace theirs 23.

8:27: TOUCHDOWN BROWNS. D’Ernest Johnson runs it for a four-yard touchdown. He finished the series with three carries for 34 yards. Browns lead 7-0 with 12:20 remaining in the first quarter.

8:25: Keenum will start from 35 for the Browns. He opens the drive with a pass to Jarvis Landry.

8:20: The Broncos see tails and lose the coin toss. The browns choose to receive and will start with the ball.

What channel are the Browns vs. Broncos today?

Fox and the NFL Network will simulcast “Thursday Night Football” for the remainder of the 2021 NFL season. Those two networks will show the game on cable, while Amazon Prime will allow users to stream the game.

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Most US cable providers offer the NFL Network. It is also available through the satellite provider DirecTV (channels 212 and 1212) and the IPTV providers Verizon FiOS (channels 88 and 588) and Google Fiber (channel 2019).

Meanwhile, Canadian viewers can watch the game on Free DAZN with a 30-day trial.

Browns vs. Broncos start time

  • Date: Thursday October 21
  • Weather: 8:20 pm ET

Browns vs. Broncos will begin at 8:20 pm ET, the same time as all “Thursday Night Football” contests this season. Pregame coverage will begin at 7:30 pm ET on NFL Network and Fox. NFL Network will also broadcast “TNF First Look” on game day starting at 3 pm ET for those eager for the first matchup of the league to begin. Week 7.

Streamers will be able to watch the game through Amazon Prime or using fuboTV, which comes with a seven day free trial.

Meanwhile, Canadian viewers can watch the game on Free DAZN with a 30-day trial.

Browns remaining 2021 schedule

Week Date Adversary Time (ET) Channel
7 October 21 Broncos 8:20 pm Fox, NFL network
8 31 October Steelers 13:00 CBS
9 November 7 @Bengals 13:00 CBS
10 November 14th @Patriots 13:00 CBS
eleven November 21 Lions 13:00 Fox
12 November 28 @Crows 8:20 pm NBC
13 BYE
14 December 12th Crows 13:00 CBS
fifteen Decembre 19th Assailants TBD TBD
sixteen December 25th @Packaging 4:30 pm Fox, NFL network
17 January 3 @Steelers 8:15 pm ESPN
18 January 9th Bengals 13:00 CBS

Broncos remaining 2021 schedule

Week Date Adversary Time (ET) TV
7 October 21 @Browns 8:20 pm Fox, NFL network
8 31 October WFT 4:25 pm Fox
9 November 7 @Cowboys 13:00 Fox
10 November 14th Eagles 4:25 pm CBS
eleven BYE
12 November 28 Chargers 4:05 pm CBS
13 December 5th @Bosses 13:00 CBS
14 December 12th Lions 4:05 pm Fox
fifteen Decembre 19th Bengals 4:05 pm CBS
sixteen December 26 @Raiders 4:25 pm CBS
17 January 2 @Chargers 4:05 pm CBS
18 January 9th Bosses 4:25 pm CBS
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