Who owns the Denver Broncos?
Who is the mascot for the Denver Broncos?
Thunder; a real horse
Miles; the team’s costumed mascot of a Bronco
What are the Denver Broncos team colors?
Navy Blue, Orange, White
Who designed the Denver Broncos logo?
Unknown; the current logo is a horse’s head in profile in the team’s orange and navy blue colors
Fun Facts about the Denver Broncos Stadium
What is the Denver Broncos stadium called?
INVESCO Field at Mile High
How many seats are in Denver Broncos stadium?
What is the address of Denver Broncos stadium?
1701 Mile High Stadium Circle West
Denver, CO 80204
When was Denver Broncos stadium built?
History of the Denver Broncos
Where did Denver Broncos get their name and why are they called it?
The Denver Broncos were originally named when the winning entry was chosen from a team-naming contest held in 1960.
What players from the Denver Broncos are in the Football Hall Of Fame?
2004 (Year of Induction)
What numbers have been retired by Denver Broncos?
7 John Elway
18 Frank Tripucka
44 Floyd Little
Top 5 Players of all time for the Denver Broncos
1. John Elway – Quarterback
John Elway was destined to be a football player when he was born to a college football coach. He played high school and college football and, a couple of years after graduating, was drafted by the Baltimore Colts. He did not, however, play for the Colts. Instead, he was traded to the Denver Broncos. He remained with the broncos from 1983 until 1998, a long career spanning two decades. During his time in Denver, he shined as the star starting quarterback for the time. He was also a nine-time Pro Bowler, a five-time All-Pro selection, the 1987 NFL MVP and a two-time Super Bowl Champion. In 2004, Elway became eligible for induction into the Football Hall of Fame. He was voted in during that same year.
234 Games Played
231 Games Started
148-82-1 QB Record
4123 Completed Passes
7250 Attempted Passes
51475 Yards Gained by Passing
2. Gary Zimmerman – Offensive Tackle
Gary Zimmerman, although originally a Los Angeles Express teammate, and later a Minnesota Viking, ended his career with the Denver Broncos. He was an offensive tackle for the team from 1993 through 1997. During his entire professional career, Zimmerman was a seven-time Pro Bowler, a five-time First-Team All-Pro player, a three-time Second-Team All-Pro selection and a two-time all-USFL player. He was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2008.
184 Games Played
184 Games Started
4 Fumble Recoveries
3. Floyd Little – Running Back
Floyd Little is the Denver Bronco’s most recent inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Little played for the AFL Denver Broncos from 1967 until 1969 and the NFL Denver Broncos, when the team made the switch, from 1970 until 1975. Season after season, Little led the league in rushing and combined yards. He was a five-time Pro Bowler and one-time First-Team All-Pro player.
117 Games Played
1641 Rushing Attempts
6323 Rushing Yards
43 Rushing Touchdowns
2418 Yards Received
9 Receiving Touchdowns
4. Shannon Sharpe – Wide Receiver & Tight End
Shannon Sharpe was drafted in round seven of the 1990 NFL Draft. The Denver Broncos would be his home until 1999. While he was with Denver, he played in and helped the team to win two Super Bowl championship games. He moved to the Baltimore Ravens in 2001 and 2001, garnering his third super bowl win with his new team. His career ended where it began, with the Denver Broncos. He was once again a Wide Receiver for the team until he retired in 2003. During his professional career, Sharpe was an eight-time Pro Bowler, a four-time First-Team All-Pro selection, a one-time Second-Team All-Pro selection and a three time Super Bowl champion.
204 Games Played
169 Games Started
10060 Yards Received
5. Rod Smith – Wide Receiver
Rod Smith was a Denver Bronco from the time he was drafted out of Missouri State University in 1994 until he retired in 2007. He was the starting wide receiver for the majority of his time with the team, including the team’s Super Bowl seasons and championship games. Smith was a three-time Pro Bowler, a two-time All-Pro selection and a two-time Super Bowl Champion.
183 Games Played
158 Games Started
11389 Yards Received
44 Rushing Attempts
348 Rushing Yards