The combine has just finished, and we’re almost full steam ahead to the beginning of the league year. Despite all that, your Denver Broncos players are out in full force in the community doing amazing things. Whether it’s in Denver or surrounding areas, or in their own home towns, they continue to do great work off the field. Here’s some recent happenings and good deeds that have been done by players and staff:
- Broncos linebacker Todd Davis treated the Sacramento State Hornets football team plus children from the Sacramento area Big Brothers Big Sisters of America to a movie, that being Black Panther. The movie itself was directed by a Sac State alum and wide receiver Ryan Coogler, and is already a bona fide blockbuster.
- February 22nd saw Broncos head coach Vance Joseph, along with Broncos staff and players, put together and distribute 110 bikes benefiting a cause known as Wish for Wheels. The bikes were then distributed at Colfax Elementary School for children from Kindergarten to 2nd grade.
- In honor of President’s Day, Joe Ellis, President and CEO of the team, was on hand at the Denver Rescue Mission to serve lunch to those in need at the Mission. Joe Ellis was joined by the Rockies CEO Dick Monfort, as well.
- This week, Von Miller will bring his organization Von’s Vision to Texas A&M, his alma mater, to give out free eye exams to Aggies on campus.
- Not to be outdone, the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders are also out in full force. Several of the cheer team has done a USO-type tour visiting military bases abroad, and they are always out in the Denver area bringing cheer (pun intended) to many organizations, including the Denver Museum just this week.
- The team has supplied brand new uniforms to all the Denver Broncos Futures Football team members, part of the Denver Public Schools program. In conjunction, the Broncos Alumni Association has supplied brand new Nike cleats to the team as well!
In addition, Joe Ellis received an award from the Rose Andom Center on behalf of the Denver Broncos for the franchise’s involvement in helping to stop domestic violence.
“It’s been a great partnership … For us to receive that award tonight on behalf of Mr. Bowlen, it’s always a pleasure.” – Pres./CEO Joe Ellis on receiving the @RoseAndomCenter Maggie & Mitch Morrissey Community Leadership Award pic.twitter.com/bOmopAHKjU
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) March 10, 2018
That’s just a quick recap of some of the things being done by Broncos players and team members. Stay tuned to Denver Broncos Zone (@DenverBroncosZ) to see more recaps of the good being done, and you can also follow @BroncosOffField to see their good first hand. As always, GO BRONCOS!