Denver Broncos

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The Denver Broncos are a National Football League franchise based in Denver, Colorado, formed in 1960. They are part of the American Football Conference (AFC) and play in the AFC West Division. The team had an unsuccessful bid for the Super Bowl several times (1977, 86, 87, and 88) before finally winning the "Big Game" under John Elway, winning two years in a row in 1997 and 1998, in no small thanks to the running game and Terrell Davis.

The teams colors are predominantly Orange and Blue.

They have had long running rivalries with the Oakland/LA Raiders, the Cleveland Browns, and the KC Chiefs.

As of 2008, the team is currently coached by Mike Shanahan.

Roster

Note: All rosters as of December 5, 2008, and are from the team's SI website.

Quarterbacks

Running backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

  • 89 Daniel Graham
  • 83 Mike Leach
  • 85 Chad Mustard
  • 88 Tony Scheffler

Offensive Tackles

  • 78 Ryan Clady
  • 74 Ryan Harris
  • 76 Tyler Polumbus

Guards

  • 50 Ben Hamilton
  • 73 Chris Kuper

Centers

  • 67 Kory Lichtensteiger
  • 62 Casey Wiegmann

Defensive Ends

Defensive Tackles

  • 93 Nic Clemons
  • 90 Kenny Peterson
  • 63 Dewayne Robertson
  • 79 Marcus Thomas

Linebackers

  • 52 Louis Green
  • 57 Mario Haggan
  • 53 Niko Koutouvides
  • 58 Nate Webster
  • 55 D.J. Williams
  • 51 Jamie Winborn
  • 59 Wesley Woodyard

Cornerbacks

Safeties

  • 36 Josh Barrett
  • 39 Vernon Fox
  • 44 Herana-Daze Jones
  • 37 Calvin Lowry
  • 33 Marquand Manuel
  • 20 Marlon McCree

Kickers

  • 5 Matt Prater

Punters

  • 1 Brett Kern

See also


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