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    United Club Level at Sports Authority Field at Mile High
    Join 200 other business leaders from around the state for the inaugural Winning at Business Broncos Business Huddle. Throughout the event, attendees will receive valuable business and leadership insights from Broncos-designated specialists including Broncos alumni, Rod Smith and executive staff. In addition, we will give away exciting prizes including an office visit from Steve Atwater and Broncos Cheerleaders and a trip to the Broncos away game in Miami and more!

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  • Tue., Nov. 07, 2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM MST Drive For Life 20 This year marks the 20th anniversary of Drive for Life, Bonfils Blood Center’s annual community blood drive with the Denver Broncos. Save the date to save lives and help us reach our goal of collecting 1,250 donations at the drive. Your blood donation at Colorado's largest single-day blood drive earns you access to the donor-exclusive Fan Zone where you'll receive your commemorative T-shirt, lapel pin, hot dog and soda. Plus, you'll have the chance to interact with Broncos players, cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot. For additional information please visit: http://bonfils.org/index.cfm/get-involved/drive-for-life/drive-for-life-20/

The Squeeze: Postseason awards and a relaxing bye week

Posted Jan 6, 2016

A concentrated look at recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Wednesday, #BroncosCountry – 

We hope you’re enjoying your week so far. Here are a couple things to get caught up on, starting with our favorite dancer:

1. Phillips earns MMQB award

No surprise here, but Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips has earned The MMQB’s Assistant Coach of the Year Award.

The MMQB’s Awards are voted on by a variety of current and former NFL players, analytic folks, the site’s staff and even singer John Legend.

Phillips received 7 first-place votes for 91 points in a tight race with Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson’s six first-place votes (70 points) and Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula five (64 points).

Read the rest of the awards here.

2. Bye-week break continues

Some Broncos headed out of town or their three days of rest, but some also stayed in Denver to keep on working and enjoy the scenery:

Take a break? Nah we want this ring #DEFWU

A photo posted by D. Wolfe (@derekwolfe_95) on

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