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Two years removed from their victory in Super Bowl 50, the Denver Broncos look to reload and make another run at the Lombardi Trophy in the 2017 season. Newly chosen head coach Vance Joseph is eager to show what he can do when in control of an entire team and, undoubtedly, envisions hoisting the Lombardi Trophy as champions.
While Peyton Manning was at the helm for the last Super Bowl win, the Broncos have moved on since his retirement. His heir apparent, Brock Osweiler, was shipped out as the Broncos chose to go with rookie Trevor Siemian under center. Another draft pick, Paxton Lynch, was also available on the bench.
While the starting QB spot may be a bit questionable, there is no question that the Broncos are looking to solidify the offensive line with the moves they have made in free agency. Bringing in OT Menelik Watson from the Raiders and G Ronald Leary from the Cowboys, Denver wants to make sure that, no matter who is under center this season, they will have plenty of time in the pocket to make the right decision. Broncos fans surely feel that, when looking at the receiving corps, you can’t make a wrong decision. Wide receivers Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders are a quarterback’s dream as they stretch the field and make the big plays in coverage.
The defensive side of the ball has experienced some regression following the Super Bowl win as they lost several key starters in free agency. The Broncos defensive leader, linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller is dedicated to the idea of keeping the defense playing as dominantly as they have in the past few seasons.
John Elway wears a suite and sits in the luxury suites these days for Broncos games, but for 16 years he was the leader of this team on the field, taking snaps under center in his retired number 7. Leading the team to back to back Super Bowl victories following the 1997 and 1998 seasons, Elway is a legend not only in the Denver area, but in football history as he is enshrined in Canton as a Hall of Famer.
Other notable players to have worn the Broncos orange include shutdown cornerback Champ Bailey, explosive wide receiver Rod Smith, prolific tight end Shannon Sharpe, and elite running back Terrell Davis. For more information about the Denver Broncos click here.