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Broncos show appreciation for fans in Week 17

The Broncos gave select fans some memorable experiences on the day of the team's final regular-season game on Sunday.

DENVER —The devotion of Broncos fans has been well-documented, and it could be seen no clearer than in the team's undefeated home record this season.

The Broncos treated a select number of fans with season tickets to a variety of experiences throughout the day of the final game of the regular season against the Raiders. This varied from unveiling the American flag during the pregame events to a postgame kids romp on the field after the game.

The events started on Tuesday, Dec. 23 with two fans joining the Broncos' ground crew to learn about the intricacies of painting the field and preparing it for game day. And when game day came, hundreds of fans got to see have memorable experiences. More than 200 fans unveiled the American flag and the Broncos flag. A handful had pregame field passes and more got a tour of the press box.

Other events included a meet and greet with Thunder, a pregame pyrotechnics experience, a tour of the ThunderVision Control Room, an experience in the tunnel while Broncos players went through their introductions prior to kickoff, a photo opportunity with the Broncos' Super Bowl trophies and a trip to the press conference room to watch as Head Coach John Fox and Peyton Manning had their postgame press conferences.

After all the excitement wound down after the game, the Broncos capped the day with just a little more fun, letting about 200 children onto the field to play with their families.

Check out some of the Broncos' top moments from 2014.

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