Inside the Broncos' 2017 Hometown Huddle
This year's Hometown Huddle, hosted by Playworks Colorado and Mile High United Way, brought together Broncos players, cheerleaders and more than 300 kids from Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. (Photos: Aric DiLalla)
Broncos help host personal protective equipment drive for Colorado hospitals as part of COVID-19 response
Local residents drop off donations at Empower Field at Mile High during a personal protective equipment (PPE) drive to support Colorado hospitals hosted by the Colorado General Assembly House Majority Leader Alec Garnett and House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, Project C.U.R.E., Colorado Concern and the Denver Broncos. The donation drive is a response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health crisis, as PPE supplies are in critical shortage.
Phillip Lindsay joins fellow Denver star Chauncey Billups to support the Porter-Billups Leadership Academy Gala
At the Porter-Billups Leadership Academy Gala on Saturday, Phillip Lindsay served as the keynote speaker alongside another Denver native-turned-sports star, Chauncey Billups. Billups and Regis University Men's Head Basketball Coach Lonnie Porter serve as two of the Academy's leaders.
Justin Simmons helps inspire at Huddle For Your Community with Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominees
Justin Simmons and other Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominees from around the league participated in a Huddle For Your Community event with children from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade's Hank Kline Club at the club on Friday.
Courtland Sutton, Von Miller contribute to Huddle for 100 at Pro Bowl community projects
At the 2020 Pro Bowl in Orlando on Friday, Broncos representatives Courtland Sutton, Von Miller and Denver Broncos Cheerleader Jozie contributed to the NFL's Huddle for 100 with participation in multiple community projects.
Broncos, United Airlines partner with Special Olympics Colorado for national celebration
Legend High School students, educators and administrators came together with representatives of the Denver Broncos, United Airlines and Special Olympics Colorado on Tuesday to recognize the school as a Special Olympics National Unified School for its Special Olympics' Unified Sports team.