For the first time ever, all four Hall of Fame members of the Denver Broncos gathered under one roof – an old hangar at what used to be Lowry Air Force Base – and they were there to honor team owner Pat Bowlen.
In addition to their $55 million splurge in free agency and plans to sign left tackle Ryan Clady to a big contract this summer, the Broncos are spending another $35 million to fix up their stadium and training facilities.
In a letter sent to season ticket holders, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen thanked Broncos fans for bringing the passion back to the stadium in this, the first season with Peyton Manning in a Denver uniform.
These days, when John Elway scans the field looking to make the perfect move for the Broncos, he is viewing not from under center but from a second-floor office that overlooks the practice field.
Two short years ago, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen sent out a letter to season ticket holders. “You deserve more from this franchise,” he wrote. Then, he went out and fixed it – first by hiring John Elway.
Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey usually keeps pretty quiet when it comes to talking about how good the team is, but now he says the Broncos have the “potential” to be Super Bowl champions.
The Denver Broncos have pledged $50,000 to assist with relief efforts for the wildfires burning in Colorado.
Former Broncos wide receiver Rod Smith was among the many stars of the Broncos Super Bowl teams. This fall he’ll have the spotlight all to himself. Team owner Pat Bowlen announced Thursday that Smith will become the 23rd member of the team’s ring of fame.
“What a roller coaster it’s been the last seven days,” wrote Vic Lombardi, who recaps “Manning Watch” and shares his perspective on where things lie with Peyton Manning considering the Broncos as his next NFL team.
Former Denver Broncos owner Edgar F. Kaiser Jr., who oversaw the trade that brought Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway to Denver, has died, according to a charitable foundation Kaiser established.