Denver Broncos


Full NameDenver Broncos

Nick NameBroncos, Orange Crush


GroundEmpower Field at Mile High Denver

Team Owner(s)Walton Penner Family

Prominent PlayersJohn Elway, Terrell Davis, Von Miller, Peyton Manning


Founded in 1959 the Denver Broncos were part of the original members of the American Football League. The Broncos never performed very well until the 1970 NFL-AFL merger. They appeared in their first playoffs in 1977 and even made it till the Super Bowl. Legendary players such as John Elway took the Broncos to great heights in the 1980s. Donning their iconic orange jersey, the Broncos are considered as a successful NFL franchise, although they have missed NFL Playoff action since 2016. The Denver Broncos franchise was acquired by the Walter-Penner family (headed by Rob Walton) in 2022 for $4.65 billion. The new ownership was announced to the Denver community before the 2022 NFL season. Currently the team is generating revenue of around $526 million per year as per Forbes.

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(H2) Denver Broncos Roster 2022-23

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11Jarrett GuarantanoQB
4Brett RypienQB
3Russell WilsonQB
37Marlon MackRB
28Latavius MurrayRB
9Kendall HintonWR
10Jerry JeudyWR
89Brandon JohnsonWR
14Courtland SuttonWR
86Freddie SwainWR
15Jalen VirgilWR
12Montrell WashingtonWR
83Andrew BeckTE
80Greg DulcichTE
85Albert OkwuegbunamTE
82Eric SaubertTE
87Eric TomlinsonTE
61Graham GlasgowC
60Luke WattenbergC
76Calvin AndersonOT
75Quinn BaileyOT
69Christian DiLauroOT
73Cameron FlemingOT
57Billy TurnerOT
69Tom ComptonOG
77Quinn MeinerzOG
66Dalton RisnerOG


1Elijah GarciaDE
99DeShawn WilliamsDE
92Jonathan HarrisDT
91Matt HenningsenDT
96Eyioma UwazurikeDT
97D.J. JonesNT
98Mike PurcellNT
56Baron BrowningOLB
53Jonathon CooperOLB
5Randy GregoryOLB
47Josey JewellILB
49Alex SingletonILB
42Nik BonittoLB
40Justin StrnadLB
27Damarri MathisCB
13Michael OjemudiaCB
2Patrick Surtain IICB
34Essang BasseyDB
41Anthony HarrisDB
37P.J. LockeDB
32Delarrin Turner-YellSAF
31Justin SimmonsFS
21K'Waun WilliamsFS
22Kareem JacksonSS

Denver BroncosRecord- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20214th AFC West7-10-0Did Not Qualify
20204th AFC West5-11-0Did Not Qualify
20192nd AFC West7-9-0Did Not Qualify
20183rd AFC West6-10-0Did Not Qualify
20174th AFC West5-11-0Did Not Qualify
20163rd AFC West9-7-0Did Not Qualify
20151st AFC West12-4-0Won the Super Bowl
20141st AFC West12-4-0Lost the Divisional Playoffs
20131st AFC West13-3-0Lost the Super Bowl
20121st AFC West13-3-0Lost the Divisional Playoffs

(H2) Denver Broncos Championships

The Denver Broncos have had a successful run when it comes to Championship victories. The Broncos have won three Super Bowls to date and even won two of them consecutively (1997 and 1998). They have, however, missed out on winning the Super Bowl on 5 other occasions with a total of 8 Super Bowl appearances. Since 1977, the Broncos have made it to the playoffs on 22 occasions. However, the Broncos have consecutively missed out on a playoff spot for 6 seasons since 2016.

The Broncos have won the Divisional title 15 times and the Conference Championship 8 times. Their last Super Bowl win was in 2015 (Super Bowl 50) after which they are yet to qualify for a playoff spot.

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Popularly Asked Questions

What is the Denver Broncos worst record?

The worst season for the Broncos was when they played in the AFL. In 1963 the Broncos managed only 2 wins and lost 11 times, while managing one tie. The result was the same for the Broncos in the 1964 AFL season. While playing in the NFL, the Broncos had their worst season record in 1982 when they managed 2 wins and 7 losses in the season.

Where is the Denver Broncos Home Stadium?

The current Denver Broncos home stadium is the Empire Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado. The stadium was previously known as the Broncos Stadium at Mile High. The stadium was previously host to the Denver Outlaws lacrosse team and the Colorado Rapids of the MLS. The stadium is also famous for being the venue for former U.S. President Barack Obama’s acceptance of the Presidential nomination.

Why are the Denver Broncos named so?

The area of Denver in Colorado has a heritage of being the Wild West. A ‘Bronco’ refers to an untamed horse; a term associated with the Wild West. Thus, the name Denver Broncos is a homage to the heritage of the place where it is located. The Broncos nickname came about by being the winning entry of a name the new team contest that the new Denver AFL franchise had in early 1960

Who is the highest paid Denver Broncos player?

Currently, quarterback Russell Wilson is the highest paid player on the Denver Broncos team. He signed a $245 million extension which is set to keep him with the franchise till 2028.

Read more about: Russell Wilson’s Contract and Net Worth

Where can I stream Denver Broncos games?

You can stream any Denver Broncos game on the Denver Broncos app or the NFL Game Pass app. Broncos games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.

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