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After losing in his first three Super Bowl appearances, Elway came back strong to win his last two in back to back years (1997 & 1998) and then retired.  
 
After losing in his first three Super Bowl appearances, Elway came back strong to win his last two in back to back years (1997 & 1998) and then retired.  
  
Elway is now an executive with the Denver Broncos organization. His tenure with the organization is most notable for his nonsensical decision to appease Colorado liberals and the lamestream media by trading playoff-caliber quarterback [[Tim Tebow]] to the [[New York Jets]] for two late round draft picks, and then signing injury-prone [[Peyton Manning]] to an immense $100 million contract.
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Elway is now an executive with the Denver Broncos organization.
  
 
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==References==

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John Elway (born June 28, 1960 in Port Angeles, Washington) is a former American football conference quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for the Denver Broncos from 1983 through 1998. He holds many college and some professional records, was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, and is one of two quarterbacks to have started in five Super Bowls, Tom Brady being the other . He entered the NFL in 1983, when he was drafted with the first overall pick of the NFL Draft by the Baltimore Colts. After refusing to play or sign a contract with the Colts and indicating that might try to play professional baseball instead, he was traded to the Denver Broncos.[1]

After losing in his first three Super Bowl appearances, Elway came back strong to win his last two in back to back years (1997 & 1998) and then retired.

Elway is now an executive with the Denver Broncos organization.

References

  1. http://football.about.com/cs/legends/p/johnelway.htm

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