Broncos host PLAY 60 event for children from military families
About a dozen Broncos players, two members of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the mascot hosted a night of games and football drills at a PLAY 60 event for children from military families at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night.
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With the Houston Rockets in town to face the Denver Nuggets, Von Miller took in the action alongside former Bronco Aqib Talib, as well as other LA Rams players. The Rams are staying in Colorado Springs for a week of practice ahead of their game against the Chiefs, which was originally scheduled to be played in Mexico City (which is at an elevation of 7,380 feet) before field conditions forced the game to be moved back to Los Angeles.
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Champions in the community
After the bye week, the Broncos didn't just return to the practice field. They also returned to the community, donating time and energy to worthy causes, including the team's PLAY 60 event for children from military families.