KJack TV Quarantine Edition: Weirdest purchases and post-quarantine priorities
In the newest edition of KJack TV, host Kareem Jackson asks teammates Diontae Spencer, Justin Simmons and Brandon McManus about what television shows they're watching, what strange things they've bought while under stay-at-home orders and what they'll do first after those orders end.
Justin Simmons awarded 2019 Darrent Williams Good Guy Award
On behalf of the local media, Jeff Legwold from ESPN.com presents safety Justin Simmons with the 2019 Darrent Williams Good Guy Award for being the Bronco who best exemplifies Williams' enthusiasm, cooperation and honesty while dealing with members of the press.
KJack TV: The Broncos sing their favorite Christmas carols
On this Christmas episode of KJack TV, Kareem Jackson gets his teammates to sing their favorite Christmas carols and finds out which Broncos were always on Santa's Naughty and Nice Lists as kids. Guests include Justin Simmons, Drew Lock, Dalton Risner, Troy Fumagalli, Jeremiah Attaochu and Jeff Heuerman.
Friends, family surprise Justin Simmons with 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nomination
Watch as several people from the Denver community who have been impacted by Justin Simmons' work in the community help surprise him with the news that he is the Broncos' 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee
Broncos and Denver Rescue Mission hold 20th annual holiday party
Several Broncos players, including Chris Harris Jr. and Drew Lock, helped serve food and decorate gingerbread men at the Denver Rescue Mission's 20th annual holiday party. Before the party started, The Crossing location unveiled a renovated Denver Broncos Youth Center, which included new furniture, lighting, paint and resources for kids.
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SIMMONS AT A GLANCE:
- A fifth-year safety who played 59 games (49 starts) with Denver, posting 283 tackles (206 solo), two sacks (15 yds.), 11 interceptions (186 yds.), 28 passes defensed, two blocked field goals, one blocked extra point and 12 special-teams stops.
- Named second team All-Pro by the Associated Press in 2019 after becoming the 13th safety since 1991 to record at least 90 tackles (93), four interceptions and 15 passes defensed in a single season.
- Owns the longest active streak of consecutive snaps played (2,024) among NFL defensive players and was one of five players to play every defensive snap in 2019.
- Started all 16 games in 2018 and ranked second on the team with 97 tackles (71 solo) to go along with three interceptions and four passes defensed.
- Was one of three players in the league to start 100 percent of his team's defensive snaps in the 2018 season (Myles Jack, Jac.; Malcolm Jenkins, Phi.).
- Started all 13 games played during his second NFL season in 2017, totaling 63 tackles (46 solo), one sack (6 yds.), two interceptions (65 yds., TD) and five passes defensed.
- Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 10, 2016) after blocking an extra point that led to the game-winning defensive two-point conversion at New Orleans (11/3/16).
- Opened 32-of-50 career games at Boston College, posting 229 tackles (165 solo), eight interceptions (50 yds.), 22 passes defensed, four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and one sack (15 yds.).
- Attended Martin County High School in Stuart, Fla., earning All-Area Defensive Player of the Year honors in addition to being named second-team All-Florida.
- Selected by the Broncos in the third round (98th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.
'We have a real chance … to use our platform': Why Justin Simmons, Broncos are ready to make their voices heard, bring about change
Justin Simmons, Melvin Gordon III and Vic Fangio reflected Friday on the team's meeting about police brutality and social injustice, and they discussed how to best take steps forward toward change.
Justin Simmons makes donation to Denver Public Schools Foundation's Food Security Fund to help provide meals for families in need during COVID-19 crisis
As families face uncertain times during the spread of COVID-19, Denver Public Schools is continuing to provide free and reduced-cost lunches to children in Denver.
A tour through Justin Simmons' hometown and his childhood
After the 2019 season, Justin Simmons took us on a tour through his his hometown of Stuart, Florida, including his grandparents' home, his high school alma mater and a sandwich shop he visited often as a kid. Follow along as he showed us family photos from his youth, photos from his high school yearbooks and more.
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.
Justin Simmons surprised by friends and family with Broncos' 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nomination
To announce the team's 2019 Denver Broncos Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nomination, several members of the community surprised Justin Simmons to tell him how he's made an impact on them.
Broncos get in the holiday spirit at Denver Rescue Mission's 20th annual holiday party
At the Denver Rescue Mission's 20th annual holiday party, several Broncos players were on hand to help dedicate the renovated Denver Broncos Youth Center, serve dinner and help children decorate gingerbread cookies.
Broncos, United Airlines partner for Unified School Program
Rangeview High School received the 2019 Doug Fulton Unified Champion School Kindness Award from Special Olympics Colorado, in partnership with the Broncos and United Airlines, during an assembly at the school on Monday. Afterward, Justin Simmons, Austin Schlottmann, Jake Rodgers, Dalton Risner, two Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the mascot played a game of touch football with some of the students in the Unified Football program
Fourth annual Back to School with the Broncos takes kids on King Soopers shopping spree
At the fourth annual Back to School with the Broncos shopping event, 25 children from the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club were surprised with $100 gift cards for school-supply shopping at King Soopers — and Broncos players helped them pick out everything they needed for the upcoming school year.
Broncos swing for the fences at UCHealth's 2019 Healthy Swings Charity Home Run Derby
Ten Broncos players stepped up to the plate for charity on Tuesday, taking part in UCHealth's 2019 Healthy Swings Charity Home Run Derby at Coors Field to raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society- Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Broncos support Special Olympics Colorado at PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic
The Denver Broncos, in partnership with Special Olympics Colorado, hosted an all-ability football skills clinic for more than 125 athletes on Tuesday. The clinic is inclusive for participants of all abilities and supports NFL PLAY 60 efforts to encourage kids to be physically active for at least 60 minutes per day. Broncos players, Cheerleaders and members of local law enforcement were on hand to assist with the event and lead activity stations.
Broncos bring smiles to children of all ages at PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic with NSCD
Broncos players, Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot will help lead a PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic for 200 athletes of all ages from the National Sports Center for the Disabled at UCHealth Training Center's Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse.
Broncos, families have bear-y good time at Build-A-Bear party
Several Broncos players and their families spent Tuesday afternoon at Build-A-Bear, where they made some fluffy, Broncos-themed friends that will soon be distributed to patients at Children's Hospital Colorado and at other community events. Build-A-Bear donated 500 bears to the Broncos to help support the cause.
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.