Denver Broncos Community News
Bowlen family thankful for fan support at second annual Alzheimer's Awareness Day
After raising more than $40,000 in 2018, the Broncos and the Bowlen family hosted the second annual Alzheimer's Awareness Day on Sunday at training camp to raise funding and support for the Alzheimer's Association, once again matching all donations made in person or online.
Fourth annual Back to School with the Broncos takes kids on King Soopers shopping spree
At the fourth annual Back to School with the Broncos shopping event, 25 children from the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club were surprised with $100 gift cards for school-supply shopping at King Soopers — and Broncos players helped them pick out everything they needed for the upcoming school year.
Broncos host 2019 high school 7-on-7 and Lineman Challenge championship tournaments
The Broncos hosted their annual high school 7-on-7 and Lineman Challenge championship tournaments last week, and Broncos players Dalton Risner and John Leglue were among those to come out and show their support for the kids.
Broncos swing for the fences at UCHealth's 2019 Healthy Swings Charity Home Run Derby
Ten Broncos players stepped up to the plate for charity on Tuesday, taking part in UCHealth's 2019 Healthy Swings Charity Home Run Derby at Coors Field to raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society- Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Fangio, Broncos host 130 high school football coaches to observe OTA practice
Head Coach Vic Fangio and the Denver Broncos coaching staff hosted more than 130 coaches during Monday’s OTA practice at UCHealth Training Center’s Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse. The group was able to hear Fangio's explanation of how he runs practice and to observe the full day before meeting assistant coaches and players after practice concluded.
Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club hosts Feeding Children Everywhere, Von's Vision eye exams
It was a busy day at the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club on Tuesday, as the club hosted a volunteer meal-packaging event with Broncos players, Denver police officers and children from the club to support Feeding Children Everywhere and an eye-examination day for Von's Vision.
Broncos support Special Olympics Colorado at PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic
The Denver Broncos, in partnership with Special Olympics Colorado, hosted an all-ability football skills clinic for more than 125 athletes on Tuesday. The clinic is inclusive for participants of all abilities and supports NFL PLAY 60 efforts to encourage kids to be physically active for at least 60 minutes per day. Broncos players, Cheerleaders and members of local law enforcement were on hand to assist with the event and lead activity stations.
Ja'Wuan James surprises elementary schoolers with bike giveaway
With help from UnitedHealthcare, right tackle Ja'Wuan James surprised fifth graders at Godsman Elementary by handing out 70 new bikes and helmets. “I’m excited to see these kids smiling,” James said. “There happened to be 70 bikes — we didn’t even know. I’m No. 70, so it all was cool. It was a good day.”
Broncos bring smiles to children of all ages at PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic with NSCD
Broncos players, Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot will help lead a PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic for 200 athletes of all ages from the National Sports Center for the Disabled at UCHealth Training Center’s Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse.
Broncos, NFL kick off 2019 NFL Community Relations Meetings by packing 20,000 meals for children
Representatives from all 32 NFL teams and the NFL league office joined together to pack 20,000 meals with Feeding Children Everywhere. All meals will be distributed in Colorado communities served by Food Bank of the Rockies. The community service event kicked off the 2019 NFL Community Relations Meetings, hosted in Denver by the NFL in partnership with the Broncos.
Zach Kerr's NFL Mexico trip as a player ambassador for the Tochito National Tournament
Follow Zach Kerr's two-day trip to Mérida, Yucatán, as a player ambassador to the Tochito National Tournament for youth flag football teams from Feb. 9-10. The trip also included some sightseeing trips to local landmarks.
Miller, Harris and Kreiter help make a memorable Pro Bowl Community Day
Pro Bowlers Von Miller, Chris Harris Jr. and Casey Kreiter brought smiles to children's faces on Saturday, taking part in events with kids from Special Olympics Florida, Fuel Up to PLAY 60 and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) as part of Pro Bowl Community Day.
My Cause My Cleats: Behind the scenes of Courtland Sutton's design process
Wide receiver Courtland Sutton visited the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club in early November so that members of the organization could offer personalized designs for the cleats he's now wearing. Sutton helped during the design process and then chose a win. Now, it's your turn to go behind the scenes and see how the design process unfolded.