Broncos begin consulting fans on stadium’s future

The Denver Broncos are already consulting fans about potential new uniforms. Soon, they will begin asking fans for their opinions about the future of the team’s stadium.

The Broncos have hired sports advisory and planning firm Legends “to conduct an extensive research project on their stadium and the entire game-day experience,” according to a report from KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis.

The team confirmed that report on Tuesday afternoon.

As part of the research project, the team will begin consulting select fans in focus groups, interviews and surveys on the future of Empower Field at Mile High.

It has been widely speculated that Denver’s new ownership group will eventually build a new stadium, but making big changes to the existing stadium is also a possibility.

The Broncos are already spending $100 million on renovations and upgrades on Empower Field at Mile High this offseason, but that has not ruled out the possibility of eventually building a brand new stadium.

The team said there is no timetable for a potential decision on the overall future of the stadium, but the Legends market research project is expected to be completed in April. Denver will use the information collected during this process to reach a decision in the future.

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