On Tuesday, May 6, our Broncos reporter, Mike Klis, offered his top 10 best draft picks in franchise history. So now it’s time for the worst 10 picks. (We know, we know. Someone’s gotta be in the bottom 10 though.)
#1 Ted Gregory, DT, Syracuse, 1988
First round, No. 26 overall: Listed at 6-foot-1, Gregory was really closer to 5-9, according to a shocked coach Dan Reeves. Gregory hurt his knee in training camp and was traded to New Orleans without ever playing a game for the Broncos. (Glen Martin/ The Denver Post)
#9 Bobby Anderson, RB, Colorado, 1970 First round, No. 11 overall: Hate to put the local hero on this list, but in four seasons with the Broncos, Anderson rushed for 368, 533, 319 and 61 yards. (The Denver Post Archive)
The Denver Post’s AAron Ontiveroz headed to the tryouts for the 2014-2015 Denver Broncos cheerleader squad on Sunday, March 30, 2014, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. More than 100 women showed up and 57 finalists were selected for the 26 spots on the team.
Photos: A unique look at some Halloween festivities from today and beyond, captured by photojournalists throughout the years.
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It’s Christmas in July for Broncos fans: The first day of training camp is finally here. Following an offseason of off-field trouble, what’s your prediction for the #Broncos on the field this season?
Today’s front page: In short time — perhaps at the owners meetings in March — the NFL is expected to formally invite Denver to bid for the Super Bowl. If you had to put a percentage on it, what do you think Denver’s chances are of hosting a Super Bowl? Full story…
Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley pulls in the Broncos’ second touchdown of the game in the first quarter. The Denver Broncos play the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013. (Photo by Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post)
YOUR PHOTOS: Rocky the Bulldog is ready for the game in his ball cap (submitted by reader Renee C.). Broncos fans are really showing their colors in advance of Denver’s playoff game with the Baltimore Ravens Saturday. See the full gallery or submit your own.
With kickoff between the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens less than 24 hours away, Denver and seemingly all of Colorado is breaking out the blue and orange to show its support for the Broncos. How are you supporting the Broncos? Send us your Broncos fan photos for a chance to see them featured in a fan photo gallery. (Photo above by John Leyba, The Denver Post)
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