- Game Time/Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 8:20 p.m. ET
- Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
- TV Channel: FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime - Joe Buck (play-by-play) & Troy Aikman (analyst). Locally, the game will be on WJW-Channel 8.
- Streaming Coverage: Sign up for fuboTV
- Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM) with Jim Donovan, Doug Dieken, Nathan Zegura (sidelines)
- Weather: 60 degrees (feels like 57 degrees) with a 15% chance of rain. 20 MPH winds from the West.
- Odds: Browns by 1, according to DraftKings Sportsbook
- Over/under: 41
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Fans in the ORANGE areas below will get to watch the Browns vs. Broncos on FOX, NFL Network, and Amazon Prime:
- The Browns will have brown jerseys and orange pants against Denver:
Brown Tops & Orange Pants for Primetime! pic.twitter.com/LUqOXQT8Hr— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 20, 2021
- Browns director of strength and conditioning Larry Jackson played for the Broncos in 1995.
- Browns offensive assistant T.C. McCartney was the quarterbacks coach for the Broncos in 2019.
- Browns special teams coordinator Mike Priefer served as the Broncos special teams coordinator from 2009-10.
- Browns defensive coordinator Joe Woods was the Broncos defensive coordinator from 2017-18.
- Browns DT Malik Jackson was originally drafted by the Broncos in the fifth round (137th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft and played for Denver from 2012-15.
- Browns FB Andy Janovich was drafted by the Broncos in the sixth round (176th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft and played for Denver from 2016-19.
- Browns QB Case Keenum played for the Broncos in 2018.
- Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur was the Browns Head Coach from 2011-12.
- Broncos defensive pass game specialist Chris Beake was an offensive assistant for the Browns from 2011-12.
- The Browns have an 6-21 all-time record against the Broncos.
- The last time these two teams met in the regular season was on November 3, 2019, when the Broncos defeated the Browns 24-19 in Denver. The Browns were down 14-3 early on, but four field goals by K Austin Seibert helped keep them in it. Cleveland was in scoring range with four minutes to go, but couldn’t convert on third or fourth down, sealing their fate.