Good morning, #BroncosCountry –
Happy Tuesday! The Broncos have the day off and will return to game plan for Chicago on Wednesday. In the meantime, here are a couple storylines to get caught up on, starting with the Pro Football Hall of Fame:
**1. Making the case for Coach Reeves
Nobody has been in more Super Bowls than Dan Reeves. He played in two. He was an assistant in three. And he was a head coach in four.
Talk of Fame's Clark Judge on Tuesday made the Pro Football Hall of Fame case for former Broncos Head Coach Dan Reeves as part of the show's "State Your Case" series.
Reeves led the Broncos from 1981 to 1992 and helped the Broncos to three Super Bowl appearances.
Every other former head coach with at least four Super Bowl appearances in the Hall of Fame, including two who, like Reeves, lost all four trips (Bud Grant and Marv Levy).
Reeves ranks eighth all-time in coaching victories with 190. Nine times in his career he won 10 or more games. Three times he won 12 or more. He was 11-9 in the playoffs, won six division titles and was a two-time NFL Coach of the Year.
In 2014, Reeves was inducted into the Broncos Ring of Fame.
To read more about Reeves' case for induction click here.