Denver Broncos | News

Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, June 7, 2016

**[

Barack Obama welcomes Broncos to the White House](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/06/06/barack-obama-host-broncos-white-house/) (Mark Matthews, Denver Post)*
President Barack Obama honored the Denver Broncos with a White House ceremony Monday, mixing praise with a little trash talk for the team that beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to win Super Bowl 50.*

President honors Broncos for SB 50 win (Mike Klis, 9News)
President Barack Obama honored the Denver Broncos at the White House Monday for winning the Super Bowl, in a year when the team had one of the best defenses of all time and one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time in Peyton Manning.

Obama honors Broncos at White House (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
President Barack Obama, having obviously done his homework on the Denver Broncos, opened Monday's ceremony to honor the Super Bowl 50 champions with "Omaha. Omaha. 44 is the Mike.''

Thomas thanks President Obama for pardoning his mother (ESPN.com)
While the Denver Broncos were honored at the White House Monday for winning Super Bowl 50, wide receiver Demaryius Thomas had a special message for President Obama. Thank you.

LB Miller 'very optimistic' about deal with Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Fresh off meeting President Barack Obama face-to-face Monday, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller said his representatives and the team have made "real progress'' toward a long-term contract.

Super Bowl champion Broncos visit White House (Kevin Freking, AP)
President Barack Obama honored the Denver Broncos at the White House Monday for winning Super Bowl 50 with one of the best defenses of all time and one of the best quarterbacks of all time in Peyton Manning.
 

Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com:

A chance to meet President Obama (Phil Milani)*
Broncos players, coaches and staff visited the White House on Monday and had the chance to meet President Barack Obama as part of being Super Bowl champions. *

A notable day at the White House (Ben Swanson)*
From interacting with Wounded Warriors to meeting the president of the United States, the Broncos' visit to the White House was a memorable experience. *

Advertising