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In , the Broncos were the top seed in the AFC with a 13—3 record, dominating most of the teams that year. The fifth-seeded Jacksonville Jaguars , however, upset the Broncos 30—27 in the divisional round of the playoffs, ending the Broncos' run.

Though Elway completed only 13 of 22 passes, throwing one interception and no touchdowns he did, however, have a rushing touchdown , Davis rushed for yards and a Super Bowl—record three touchdowns to earn the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award —this while overcoming a severe migraine headache that caused him blurred vision.

Elway was named Super Bowl MVP, completing 18 of 29 passes for yards, with an yard touchdown to wide receiver Rod Smith and one interception.

John Elway retired following the season, and Brian Griese started at quarterback for the next four seasons.

After a 6—10 record in , the Broncos recovered in , earning a Wild Card playoff berth, but losing to the eventual Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.

After missing the playoffs the following two seasons, former Arizona Cardinals ' quarterback Jake Plummer replaced Griese in , and led the Broncos to two straight 10—6 seasons, earning Wild Card playoff berths both years.

However, the Broncos went on the road to face the Indianapolis Colts in back-to-back seasons and were blown out by more than 20 points in each game, allowing a combined 90 points.

The Broncos' playoff run came to an end next week, after losing at home to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship game, 34— The Broncos' defense began the first five games of the season allowing only one touchdown—an NFL record, but struggled down the season stretch.

Plummer led the team to a 7—2 record, only to struggle and be replaced by rookie quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler went 2—3 as a starter, and the Broncos finished with a 9—7 record, losing the tiebreaker to the Kansas City Chiefs for the final playoff spot.

Cutler's first full season as a starter in became the Broncos' first losing season since , with a 7—9 record. The season ended in a 52—21 loss at the San Diego Chargers , giving the Broncos an 8—8 record and their third straight season out of the playoffs.

Mike Shanahan , the longest-tenured and most successful head coach in Broncos' franchise history, was fired after 14 seasons.

On January 11, , two weeks after Shanahan was fired, the Broncos hired former New England Patriots' offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels as the team's new head coach.

Under McDaniels and Orton, the Broncos jumped out to a surprising 6—0 start in However, the team lost eight of their next ten games, finishing 8—8 for a second consecutive season and missing the playoffs.

The next season , the Broncos set a new franchise record for losses in a single season, with a 4—12 record. Running backs coach Eric Studesville was named interim coach for the final four games of the season.

Fox previously served as the Carolina Panthers ' head coach from to Following a 1—4 start to the season, Tim Tebow replaced Kyle Orton as the Broncos' starting quarterback , and led the Broncos to an 8—8 record and the team's first playoff berth and division title since The Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card round on a memorable yard touchdown pass from Tebow to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas on the first play of overtime, setting a record for the fastest overtime in NFL history.

Prior to the start of the season, the Broncos announced that Pat Bowlen , the team's owner since , relinquished control of the team due to his battle with Alzheimer's disease , resulting in team president Joe Ellis and general manager John Elway assuming control of the team.

However, the Broncos were defeated by the Indianapolis Colts in the Divisional round of the playoffs , marking the third time in four seasons that the Broncos lost in the Divisional round of the playoffs.

Quarterback Peyton Manning had been playing with strained quadriceps for the final month of the season. On January 12, , one day after the aforementioned Divisional playoff loss to the Colts, the Broncos and head coach John Fox mutually agreed to part ways.

Sanchez, Lynch and second-year quarterback Trevor Siemian competed for the starting quarterback spot during the off-season and preseason; however, Sanchez was released and Siemian was named the starter prior to the start of the season.

The Broncos finished the season 9—7 and missed the playoffs for the first time since On January 2, , coach Gary Kubiak announced his retirement, citing health as the main reason for retiring.

The Broncos finished 5—11 in due to a poor offense, and signed quarterback Case Keenum in The Broncos have had several memorable matchups with the Chiefs, particularly during the years in which John Elway was the Broncos' starting quarterback — The Chiefs currently hold a 63—55 series lead over the Broncos, including the aforementioned divisional playoff game.

The rivalry with the Raiders was ignited in , when the Broncos advanced to their first Super Bowl by defeating the defending champion Raiders in the AFC Championship.

The rivalry intensified in the mids, when Mike Shanahan was hired as the Broncos' head coach in Shanahan coached the Raiders in before being fired four games into the season.

The Raiders currently hold a 63—53—2 series lead over the Broncos, including 1—1 in the playoffs. Unlike their records against the Chiefs and Raiders, the Broncos currently have a winning record against the Chargers, with a 65—51—1 series lead, including 1—0 in the playoffs.

The Broncos pulled off one of the largest comebacks in Monday Night Football history, when Peyton Manning led the Broncos from a 24—0 halftime deficit to a 35—24 win at San Diego 's Qualcomm Stadium during the season.

The two teams met in the playoffs for the first time on January 12, , at Denver 's Sports Authority Field at Mile High , with the Broncos winning 24— The Broncos had a brief rivalry with the Browns that arose from three AFC championship matches in , and Denver took a 21—3 lead, but Browns' quarterback Bernie Kosar threw four touchdown passes to tie the game at 31—31 halfway through the 4th quarter.

After a long drive, John Elway threw a yard touchdown pass to running back Sammy Winder to give Denver a 38—31 lead.

Cleveland advanced to Denver's 8-yard line with 1: The Broncos recovered it, gave Cleveland an intentional safety, and went on to win 38— As of the end of the season, the Broncos and Steelers have met in postseason play eight times, tied with five other pairings for the most frequent playoff matchups in NFL playoff history.

The Broncos currently own a 5—3 playoff record vs. Both teams wore their AFL 50th anniversary jerseys. Manning and Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady maintained a legendary rivalry from [65] until Manning's retirement after the season.

When the Broncos debuted in , their original uniforms drew as much attention as their play on the field. They featured white and mustard yellow jerseys, with contrasting brown helmets, brown pants and vertically striped socks.

Two years later, the team unveiled a new logo featuring a bucking horse, and changed their team colors to orange, royal blue and white.

The uniform consisted of white pants, orange helmets, and either orange or white jerseys. In , the Broncos debuted a design that became known as the "Orange Crush.

From to , and again from to , the team wore orange pants with their white jerseys. The Broncos wore their white jerseys at home throughout the season, as well as for home games vs.

The Broncos wore their white jerseys for home games vs. In , in honor of the 75th anniversary season of the NFL , the Broncos wore their throwback uniforms for two games—a Week 3 home game against the Raiders, as well a road game at the Buffalo Bills the following week.

The Broncos radically changed their logo and uniforms in , a design that the team continues to use to this day. The new logos and uniforms were unveiled on February 4, The current logo is a profile of a horse's head, with an orange mane and navy blue outlines.

The Broncos began wearing navy blue jerseys, replacing their longtime orange jerseys that had been the team's predominant home jersey color since This new uniform design features a new word mark, numbering font and a streak that runs up and down the sides of both the jerseys and the pants.

On the navy blue jerseys, the streak is orange, with an orange collar and white numerals trimmed in orange, while on the road white jerseys, the streak is navy blue, with a thin orange accent strip on both sides, a navy collar and navy numerals trimmed in orange.

When they debuted, these uniforms were vilified by the press and fans, until the Broncos won their first ever Super Bowl in the new design that same season.

The navy blue jerseys served as the team's primary home jersey until the end of the season — see next section.

In , the Broncos introduced an alternate orange jersey that is a mirror image of the aforementioned navy blue jerseys, but with orange and navy trading places.

Like the road white jerseys, the white pants with the navy blue streaks running down the sides are worn with this uniform.

This jersey was used only once in the and seasons, and were used twice per season from to Mike Shanahan , the team's head coach from to , was not a big fan of the alternate orange jerseys.

The team also introduced navy blue pants in , with orange side streaks to match with the navy blue jerseys.

Though they were part of the uniform change in in fact, they were worn for a couple of preseason games and most players wanted to wear them, the only player who vetoed wearing them was John Elway , thereby delaying their eventual introduction.

On November 16, , the Broncos wore their white jerseys at home for the first time since , in a game vs. This was compensation for a uniform mix-up, after the teams' first meeting at San Diego 's Qualcomm Stadium in Week 2 earlier that season, when the Chargers were the team that was supposed to declare their uniform color.

In , in honor of their 50th anniversary season as one of the eight original American Football League teams, the Broncos wore their throwback uniforms brown helmets, mustard yellow and brown jerseys for games against two fellow AFL rivals—a Week 5 home game vs.

Beginning in , the orange jerseys that served as the alternate colored jerseys from to became the primary home jersey, while the navy blue jerseys that served as the primary home jersey from to switched to alternate designation.

The change was made due to overwhelming popularity with the fans, who pressured the Broncos to return to orange as the team's primary home jersey color.

The team initially did not wear the white pants with the orange side stripes, until a November 1, game vs. As the designated home team in Super Bowl 50 , the Broncos — who have an 0—4 Super Bowl record when using their standard orange jerseys — chose to wear their white jerseys as the designated "home" team.

The uniform kit contained the following features: Due to the NFL 's one-helmet rule implemented in , the helmets remained the same, with the team temporarily replacing the modern primary logo with the throwback "D-horse" logo.

The Broncos beat the Detroit Lions on August 5, , in a preseason game. The team has sold out every home game including post-season games since the AFL—NFL merger in , with the exception of two replacement games during the strike but both were sold out before the strike.

During home games, the attendance is announced to the crowd, along with the number of no-shows the fans subsequently boo the no-shows.

The Broncos had the best home record in pro football over a year span from to —65—1. Mile High Stadium was one of the NFL's loudest stadiums, with steel flooring instead of concrete , which may have given the Broncos an advantage over opponents, plus the advantage of altitude conditioning for the Broncos.

Sportswriter Woody Paige , along with many of Denver's fans, however, often refuse to call the new stadium by its full name, preferring to use "Mile High Stadium" because of its storied history and sentimental import.

Additionally, The Denver Post had an official policy of referring to the stadium as simply "Mile High Stadium" in protest, but dropped this policy in The altitude has also been attributed as part of the team's home success.

The stadium displays multiple references to the stadium's location of 5, feet 1. In their more than half-century of existence, the Broncos have never been shut out at home, a streak of over games as of the season.

The renovations were finished before kickoff of the season. The Denver Broncos announced the club's 50th anniversary team on September 15, The anniversary team was voted on by users at DenverBroncos.

Dave Logan is the play-by-play announcer, with former Broncos' wide receiver Ed McCaffrey serving as the color commentator beginning in , replacing Brian Griese.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Bronco disambiguation. History of the Denver Broncos. List of Denver Broncos seasons.

The Drive and The Fumble. Denver Broncos roster view talk edit. Denver Broncos 50th Anniversary Team Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.

List of Denver Broncos head coaches. Denver Broncos staff v t e. List of Denver Broncos broadcasters. Retrieved August 21, Retrieved June 27, Retrieved October 16, Retrieved December 24, Nevertheless, the Broncos announced on January 2, that the stadium's exterior signage would be removed.

Many fans opposed a corporate name and wished to retain the previous venue's name, "Mile High Stadium. In , several Colorado legislators attempted to pass a bill in the Colorado State Legislature that would require the "Mile High" moniker regardless of any naming rights deal, citing the large public contribution to the stadium's construction; [15] the bill failed to pass out of a Senate Committee in May The stadium is used primarily for American football games.

It is also used for concerts, music festivals and other events, and was home to the city's Major League Soccer franchise, the Colorado Rapids , before that team built and moved into Dick's Sporting Goods Park in suburban Commerce City.

The construction of the stadium marked the completion of a six-year sporting venue upgrade program in Denver, including the construction of Coors Field and of Pepsi Center.

As with the other venues, the stadium was constructed to be easily accessible. It sits along Interstate 25 near the Colfax Avenue and 17th Avenue exits.

It is also bordered by Federal Boulevard, a major Denver thoroughfare, on the west side. A dedicated light rail station also serves the stadium.

The stadium is located in the Sun Valley neighborhood. The stadium has sold out every Denver Broncos ' home game since its inception in , extending the "sold-out" streak that began during the team's tenure at Mile High Stadium, where every home game had been sold out since though due to NFL policy, local TV broadcasts of sold-out games did not start until In a tradition carried over from Mile High Stadium, the stadium's public-address announcer will give the final official attendance for the game, including the number of unused tickets; in response, Broncos fans "boo" the no-shows.

During the stadium's first years, in another tradition was carried over from Mile High, Broncos fans on one side of the stadium would chant "Go" and fans on the other side would respond "Broncos," back and forth chanting for several minutes.

That tradition has since died out. Another long-term tradition is famed rowdiness of fans seated in the "South Stands," although this tradition has diminished significantly as well.

Finally, especially in the upper two decks, the fans create their own 'Mile High Thunder' and warm themselves by stamping their feet on the stadium's floors.

The old Mile High Stadium was built with bare metal, and the 'Thunder' reverberated readily. The new stadium was built with steel floors to preserve this unique acoustic feature.

The curse the contractors hoped to create did not occur as the Broncos won another Super Bowl two years later, Super Bowl The stadium has hosted several NFL playoff games.

The Broncos won in overtime, 29— The Broncos lost to the Ravens 38—35 in double overtime. On October 29, , a record crowd of 77, watched the Broncos lose to the Green Bay Packers 19—13 on Monday Night Football on the first play from scrimmage in overtime.

On November 26, , it hosted its first Thanksgiving game , when the Broncos took on the Giants. On January 19, , the Broncos defeated the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, 26—16 in front of 77, fans in attendance, advancing to their first Super Bowl since they began play in the new stadium.

The stadium hosted an international rugby league match between New Zealand and England on June 23, The stadium has hosted other sports events.

Approximately 84, people attended Obama's speech, exceeding the normal capacity of the stadium due to the placement of audience on the field.

The Denver Broncos Ring of Fame was created in by team owner Pat Bowlen to honor former players and administrators who played significant roles in the franchise's history.

The names and years of service and in most cases, jersey numbers of the men inducted into the ring are displayed on the Level 5 facade of the stadium.

There is no specific number of new members that may be chosen for induction in any given year; in many years, no new members were inducted.

While the Ring of Fame was carried over from the old stadium to the new, the names were re-ordered to separate the inductees who served the team during the pre- Pat Bowlen the team's current owner and founder of the Ring era from those who served during Bowlen's ownership.

One of the most noticeable changes was the move of John Elway 's name to the center of the ring, located directly between the goalposts of the north end zone.

It is located at Gate 1 on the west side of the stadium. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Broncos Stadium at Mile High Exterior view in Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

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The rivalry with the Raiders was ignited in , when the Broncos advanced to their first Super Bowl by defeating the defending champion Raiders in the AFC Championship.

The rivalry intensified in the mids, when Mike Shanahan was hired as the Broncos' head coach in Shanahan coached the Raiders in before being fired four games into the season.

The Raiders currently hold a 63—53—2 series lead over the Broncos, including 1—1 in the playoffs. Unlike their records against the Chiefs and Raiders, the Broncos currently have a winning record against the Chargers, with a 65—51—1 series lead, including 1—0 in the playoffs.

The Broncos pulled off one of the largest comebacks in Monday Night Football history, when Peyton Manning led the Broncos from a 24—0 halftime deficit to a 35—24 win at San Diego 's Qualcomm Stadium during the season.

The two teams met in the playoffs for the first time on January 12, , at Denver 's Sports Authority Field at Mile High , with the Broncos winning 24— The Broncos had a brief rivalry with the Browns that arose from three AFC championship matches in , and Denver took a 21—3 lead, but Browns' quarterback Bernie Kosar threw four touchdown passes to tie the game at 31—31 halfway through the 4th quarter.

After a long drive, John Elway threw a yard touchdown pass to running back Sammy Winder to give Denver a 38—31 lead. Cleveland advanced to Denver's 8-yard line with 1: The Broncos recovered it, gave Cleveland an intentional safety, and went on to win 38— As of the end of the season, the Broncos and Steelers have met in postseason play eight times, tied with five other pairings for the most frequent playoff matchups in NFL playoff history.

The Broncos currently own a 5—3 playoff record vs. Both teams wore their AFL 50th anniversary jerseys.

Manning and Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady maintained a legendary rivalry from [65] until Manning's retirement after the season. When the Broncos debuted in , their original uniforms drew as much attention as their play on the field.

They featured white and mustard yellow jerseys, with contrasting brown helmets, brown pants and vertically striped socks. Two years later, the team unveiled a new logo featuring a bucking horse, and changed their team colors to orange, royal blue and white.

The uniform consisted of white pants, orange helmets, and either orange or white jerseys. In , the Broncos debuted a design that became known as the "Orange Crush.

From to , and again from to , the team wore orange pants with their white jerseys. The Broncos wore their white jerseys at home throughout the season, as well as for home games vs.

The Broncos wore their white jerseys for home games vs. In , in honor of the 75th anniversary season of the NFL , the Broncos wore their throwback uniforms for two games—a Week 3 home game against the Raiders, as well a road game at the Buffalo Bills the following week.

The Broncos radically changed their logo and uniforms in , a design that the team continues to use to this day. The new logos and uniforms were unveiled on February 4, The current logo is a profile of a horse's head, with an orange mane and navy blue outlines.

The Broncos began wearing navy blue jerseys, replacing their longtime orange jerseys that had been the team's predominant home jersey color since This new uniform design features a new word mark, numbering font and a streak that runs up and down the sides of both the jerseys and the pants.

On the navy blue jerseys, the streak is orange, with an orange collar and white numerals trimmed in orange, while on the road white jerseys, the streak is navy blue, with a thin orange accent strip on both sides, a navy collar and navy numerals trimmed in orange.

When they debuted, these uniforms were vilified by the press and fans, until the Broncos won their first ever Super Bowl in the new design that same season.

The navy blue jerseys served as the team's primary home jersey until the end of the season — see next section. In , the Broncos introduced an alternate orange jersey that is a mirror image of the aforementioned navy blue jerseys, but with orange and navy trading places.

Like the road white jerseys, the white pants with the navy blue streaks running down the sides are worn with this uniform.

This jersey was used only once in the and seasons, and were used twice per season from to Mike Shanahan , the team's head coach from to , was not a big fan of the alternate orange jerseys.

The team also introduced navy blue pants in , with orange side streaks to match with the navy blue jerseys. Though they were part of the uniform change in in fact, they were worn for a couple of preseason games and most players wanted to wear them, the only player who vetoed wearing them was John Elway , thereby delaying their eventual introduction.

On November 16, , the Broncos wore their white jerseys at home for the first time since , in a game vs. This was compensation for a uniform mix-up, after the teams' first meeting at San Diego 's Qualcomm Stadium in Week 2 earlier that season, when the Chargers were the team that was supposed to declare their uniform color.

In , in honor of their 50th anniversary season as one of the eight original American Football League teams, the Broncos wore their throwback uniforms brown helmets, mustard yellow and brown jerseys for games against two fellow AFL rivals—a Week 5 home game vs.

Beginning in , the orange jerseys that served as the alternate colored jerseys from to became the primary home jersey, while the navy blue jerseys that served as the primary home jersey from to switched to alternate designation.

The change was made due to overwhelming popularity with the fans, who pressured the Broncos to return to orange as the team's primary home jersey color.

The team initially did not wear the white pants with the orange side stripes, until a November 1, game vs. As the designated home team in Super Bowl 50 , the Broncos — who have an 0—4 Super Bowl record when using their standard orange jerseys — chose to wear their white jerseys as the designated "home" team.

The uniform kit contained the following features: Due to the NFL 's one-helmet rule implemented in , the helmets remained the same, with the team temporarily replacing the modern primary logo with the throwback "D-horse" logo.

The Broncos beat the Detroit Lions on August 5, , in a preseason game. The team has sold out every home game including post-season games since the AFL—NFL merger in , with the exception of two replacement games during the strike but both were sold out before the strike.

During home games, the attendance is announced to the crowd, along with the number of no-shows the fans subsequently boo the no-shows. The Broncos had the best home record in pro football over a year span from to —65—1.

Mile High Stadium was one of the NFL's loudest stadiums, with steel flooring instead of concrete , which may have given the Broncos an advantage over opponents, plus the advantage of altitude conditioning for the Broncos.

Sportswriter Woody Paige , along with many of Denver's fans, however, often refuse to call the new stadium by its full name, preferring to use "Mile High Stadium" because of its storied history and sentimental import.

Additionally, The Denver Post had an official policy of referring to the stadium as simply "Mile High Stadium" in protest, but dropped this policy in The altitude has also been attributed as part of the team's home success.

The stadium displays multiple references to the stadium's location of 5, feet 1. In their more than half-century of existence, the Broncos have never been shut out at home, a streak of over games as of the season.

The renovations were finished before kickoff of the season. The Denver Broncos announced the club's 50th anniversary team on September 15, The anniversary team was voted on by users at DenverBroncos.

Dave Logan is the play-by-play announcer, with former Broncos' wide receiver Ed McCaffrey serving as the color commentator beginning in , replacing Brian Griese.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Bronco disambiguation. History of the Denver Broncos. List of Denver Broncos seasons.

The Drive and The Fumble. Denver Broncos roster view talk edit. Denver Broncos 50th Anniversary Team Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.

List of Denver Broncos head coaches. Denver Broncos staff v t e. List of Denver Broncos broadcasters.

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Retrieved January 20, Retrieved January 4, Search for the regular season. Retrieved January 26, Retrieved February 7, It is also used for concerts, music festivals and other events, and was home to the city's Major League Soccer franchise, the Colorado Rapids , before that team built and moved into Dick's Sporting Goods Park in suburban Commerce City.

The construction of the stadium marked the completion of a six-year sporting venue upgrade program in Denver, including the construction of Coors Field and of Pepsi Center.

As with the other venues, the stadium was constructed to be easily accessible. It sits along Interstate 25 near the Colfax Avenue and 17th Avenue exits.

It is also bordered by Federal Boulevard, a major Denver thoroughfare, on the west side. A dedicated light rail station also serves the stadium.

The stadium is located in the Sun Valley neighborhood. The stadium has sold out every Denver Broncos ' home game since its inception in , extending the "sold-out" streak that began during the team's tenure at Mile High Stadium, where every home game had been sold out since though due to NFL policy, local TV broadcasts of sold-out games did not start until In a tradition carried over from Mile High Stadium, the stadium's public-address announcer will give the final official attendance for the game, including the number of unused tickets; in response, Broncos fans "boo" the no-shows.

During the stadium's first years, in another tradition was carried over from Mile High, Broncos fans on one side of the stadium would chant "Go" and fans on the other side would respond "Broncos," back and forth chanting for several minutes.

That tradition has since died out. Another long-term tradition is famed rowdiness of fans seated in the "South Stands," although this tradition has diminished significantly as well.

Finally, especially in the upper two decks, the fans create their own 'Mile High Thunder' and warm themselves by stamping their feet on the stadium's floors.

The old Mile High Stadium was built with bare metal, and the 'Thunder' reverberated readily. The new stadium was built with steel floors to preserve this unique acoustic feature.

The curse the contractors hoped to create did not occur as the Broncos won another Super Bowl two years later, Super Bowl The stadium has hosted several NFL playoff games.

The Broncos won in overtime, 29— The Broncos lost to the Ravens 38—35 in double overtime. On October 29, , a record crowd of 77, watched the Broncos lose to the Green Bay Packers 19—13 on Monday Night Football on the first play from scrimmage in overtime.

On November 26, , it hosted its first Thanksgiving game , when the Broncos took on the Giants. On January 19, , the Broncos defeated the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, 26—16 in front of 77, fans in attendance, advancing to their first Super Bowl since they began play in the new stadium.

The stadium hosted an international rugby league match between New Zealand and England on June 23, The stadium has hosted other sports events.

Approximately 84, people attended Obama's speech, exceeding the normal capacity of the stadium due to the placement of audience on the field.

The Denver Broncos Ring of Fame was created in by team owner Pat Bowlen to honor former players and administrators who played significant roles in the franchise's history.

The names and years of service and in most cases, jersey numbers of the men inducted into the ring are displayed on the Level 5 facade of the stadium.

There is no specific number of new members that may be chosen for induction in any given year; in many years, no new members were inducted.

While the Ring of Fame was carried over from the old stadium to the new, the names were re-ordered to separate the inductees who served the team during the pre- Pat Bowlen the team's current owner and founder of the Ring era from those who served during Bowlen's ownership.

One of the most noticeable changes was the move of John Elway 's name to the center of the ring, located directly between the goalposts of the north end zone.

It is located at Gate 1 on the west side of the stadium. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Broncos Stadium at Mile High Exterior view in Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

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