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Denver Broncos nominated for 2016 ESPYS

Posted Jun 23, 2016

The Denver Broncos will look to add to their impressive collection of ESPY Awards on July 13.

The Denver Broncos may need to clear out a little more space next to this year’s Lombardi Trophy.
 
After defeating the Carolina Panthers, 24-10, in Super Bowl 50, the Broncos were selected as one of the “Best Team” nominees for the upcoming ESPY Awards.
 
To win the award, the Broncos will have to beat out the Cleveland Cavaliers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Kansas City Royals, Alabama Crimson Tide, UConn Huskies and Villanova Wildcats.
 
Peyton Manning, Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, DeMarcus Ware and Von Miller are among those who will represent the Broncos at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
 
Miller also received an individual nomination for “Best championship performance.” He’ll square off against USWNT’s Carli Lloyd, Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby and Cleveland’s LeBron James.
 
WWE superstar John Cena will host the 2016 ESPYS, which will be held Wednesday, July 13.
 
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The Broncos and Broncos players have combined for eight previous ESPY wins:

1998
  • Outstanding Team
  • Outstanding Performance Under Pressure: Terrell Davis
  • Game of the Year: Super Bowl XXXII
1999
  • Best NFL Player: Terrell Davis
2012
  • Best Moment: Tim Tebow to Demaryius Thomas OT TD in AFC Wild Card
  • 2014
  • Best Record Breaking Performance: Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
  • Best NFL Player: Peyton Manning
2015
  • Best Record Breaking Performance: Peyton Manning