Denver Broncos: Game plan for Seattle Seahawks still in the works – Broncos Wire

The Denver Broncos have one more preseason game on Saturday, a showdown at home against the Minnesota Vikings.
After that, attention will fully turn to the team’s Monday Night Football opener against the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 12.
Denver will gradually begin game-planning for Seattle, but not right away.
“You don’t want to start right now because you don’t want the game plan to get dull,” coach Nathaniel Hackett said Monday. “You still want them to continually get better and compete against the defense we’re going against, which is ours. I’m not going to lie, I might have looked at a couple things myself and maybe talked with Russell [Wilson about] a couple things here and there, but you just don’t want to go four weeks or however much longer we still have to do that because things can change.
“You don’t want to solidify anything. We’ll slowly implement that in, probably next week a little bit, and talk about some basic things and basic things that we know we want to do, but we want to try to get it to as much of a game week as possible getting to that first week.”
Next week, the Broncos will finalize a 53-man roster and build a 16-man practice squad. The week after that, Denver will truly begin installing a game plan for a Week 1 trip to Seattle.
Regular season football will be here soon.
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