By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) — Broncos Country was joined by some familiar faces at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium on Sunday. In a light-hearted move, the team placed cutouts of all of the South Park characters in one of the end zones.

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As many know, the popular, animated and fictional Comedy Central TV show is based on South Park, Colorado. The characters, including Kenny McCormick, Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh and Kyle Broflovski are seen in the stands wearing masks.

The cutouts are part of the team’s effort to raise money for Denver Broncos charities. Other cutouts featured actual, real life fans.

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So far, the team has raised $130,000 for the charities.

The TV show responded to the latest cutouts saying, “Goin’ down to Denver gonna have myself a time.”

Paying fans were allowed into the stadium for Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It’s the first game in which about 5,700 fans were allowed back for an in-person experience. Face coverings were mandatory and were always worn when not eating or drinking.

Danielle Chavira

Comments (3)
  1. fiddlestix says:

    No Chef? #NotMySouthpark

  2. TomTancredoFan says:

    The mindless buffoonery is so prevalent now they’ve actually drawn masks on inanimate pieces of cardboard. Couldn’t someone have drawn a few stuffing their face with cardboard nachos?

  3. Paul Frawner says:

    Might as well be cartoon characters as the game in the first half is a comedy.Hope the Bronco’s can do better the second, if not going to be a long season.

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