Denver Football *FREE*

Denver Football *FREE*

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Do you love the Denver Broncos? The Denver Football Rush is now available to you for FREE but for a *Limited Time*! Now you can catch the Denver Broncos game!

Features of this app include:

* Denver Broncos News
* Denver Broncos Videos
* Denver Broncos Photos
* Fan Wall
* TEAM Shop
* Talk Smack Against Other Teams
* Connect Easily With Mobile Rush
* NFL Scores
* NFL Standings
* Denver Broncos Schedule
* Denver Broncos Roster
* Denver Broncos Transactions & Injuries
* and MORE!

DISCLAIMER: Mobile Rush is not affiliated with the Denver Broncos. But a 3rd party company that's dedicated to connecting Denver Broncos fans with their team as best as possible. With wallpaper, live wallpapers, background and theme.

The history of the Denver Broncos from Wikipedia. 33333

The Denver Broncos are a professional American football team based in Denver, Colorado. They are members of the West Division of the American Football Conference in the National Football League. The Broncos began play in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League and joined the NFL as part of the AFL–NFL merger of 1970.

The Broncos have been a successful franchise, having won two Super Bowls and six AFC Championships. The team leads the league with only six losing seasons during a 35-year span between now and their first Super Bowl appearance in 1977. They play at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, and have four players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: John Elway, Floyd Little, Gary Zimmerman, and Shannon Sharpe.

The Denver Broncos were founded on August 14, 1959 when minor league baseball owner Bob Howsam was awarded an American Football League charter franchise. The Broncos won the first-ever AFL game over the Boston Patriots 13–10, on September 9, 1960. On August 5, 1967, they became the first ever AFL team to defeat an NFL team after beating the Detroit Lions 13–7, in a preseason game. However, the Broncos were not successful in the 1960s, compiling a record of 39–97–4 in the league.

Denver came close to losing its franchise in 1965, but a local ownership group took control and rebuilt the team. The team's first superstar, "Franchise" Floyd Little, due to his signing in 1967 and his Pro Bowl efforts on and off the field, was instrumental in keeping the team in Denver. They were the only original AFL team never to have played in the title game, as well as the only original AFL team never to have a winning season while a member of the AFL during the upstart league's 10-year history.

In 1972, the Broncos hired former Stanford University coach John Ralston as their head coach. In 1973, he was UPI's AFC Coach of the Year after Denver achieved its first winning season at 7–5–2. In 5 seasons with the Broncos, Ralston guided the team to winning seasons three times, the franchise's only three winning seasons up to that time. Although Ralston finished the 1976 season with a 9-5 record, the team, as was the case in Ralston’s previous winning seasons, still missed the playoffs. Following the season, several prominent players publicly voiced their discontent with Ralston, which soon led to his dismissal by the team owner.

Rookie coach Red Miller, along with the Orange Crush Defense (a nickname originating in the early '70s, also the brand of a popular orange-flavored soft drink) and aging quarterback Craig Morton, took the Broncos to their first playoff appearance in 1977, and ultimately first Super Bowl, where they were defeated by the Dallas Cowboys, 27–10.

In 1981 Broncos owner Gerald Phipps, who had purchased the team in May 1961 from the original owner Bob Howsam, sold the team to Canadian Financier, Edgar Kaiser, Jr., grandson of shipbuilding industrialist Henry J. Kaiser.

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  • (70 stars)

    by Angie Newman on 21/09/2013

    Benn a broncos fan since I was able to walk number 1fan through ups and downs go broncos lava ya Payton manning

  • (70 stars)

    by Jose Lara on 09/09/2013

    Nice app ;)

  • (70 stars)

    by Liz Collins on 06/09/2013

    Love my Broncos

  • (70 stars)

    by Susan Roberts Allen on 23/05/2013

    Bye

  • (70 stars)

    by Martin van Stekelenburg on 27/04/2013

    Great app ....... have it on my samsung galaxy tab 2 ..... so far i can seen it's works great love to try total app ....