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Sneak Peek: 49ers vs. Broncos Week 14 Game Theme and Giveaway 

It's time for the third installment of what's to come at Levi's Stadium® for San Francisco 49ers home games this season. In the weeks leading up to training camp, the 49ers are releasing the game theme and giveaway for each home game of the 2018 season. 

In Week 14, the Denver Broncos will make their first regular season trip to the Bay Area since 2002.

The Broncos will start free-agent addition Case Keenum in 2018. Keenum is coming off the best season of his career in 2017 with the Minnesota Vikings. Keenum will look to get Denver back into the postseason for the first time since 2015.

Defensively, Denver's third-ranked scoring defense in 2017 upgraded their pass rush with fifth-overall pick Bradley Chubb to compliment All-Pro linebacker Von Miller.

Both teams are tied in the all-time series with seven wins apiece. The Broncos topped the 49ers, 42-17, in their last regular season matchup back in 2014.

Week 14 is also the 49ers second-annual first responders appreciation game presented by Safeway, which honors EMTs, Firefighters, and Police Officers from all across the Bay Area. Join the 49ers on Dec. 9th at Levi's Stadium® as they honor these special individuals throughout the game.

In addition to honoring Bay Area first responders, every fan in attendance will receive a stadium-approved 49ers clear tote bag.

To purchase tickets for the 49ers Week 14 home game, click here. Make sure you visit as the 49ers will reveal a new game theme and giveaway leading up to training camp.

Here's a quick rundown of which game themes and giveaways have been announced thus far.

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Game Opponent Game Theme Giveaway
Week 16 Chicago Bears Faithful Appreciation Beanie
Week 15 Seattle Seahawks Youth Football and Player Cause Poster
Week 14 Denver Broncos First Responders Appreciation Tote Bag

Raheem Mostert and Pace Murphy ride along with Santa Clara Police Chief Sellers and Captain Kazem and meet with students in the after-school care program at Santa Clara Youth Activity Center.