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The Denver Broncos play professional football in the Western division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL) they play out of Denver, Colorado.   The team plays all home games in the Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium is an open air stadium and has a seating capacity of 76,125 with 132 executive suites the facility is located at 1701 Mile High Stadium Circle in Denver, Colorado.  The teams colors are orange, navy and white they have two mascots one a live horse named “Thunder” and “Miles” a costume suit.  Owner of the Broncos is Pat Bowlen he along with Joe Ellis sits in as Chairman, CEO, the team President of football operations, General Manager and Executive Vice President is former Broncos Quarterback John Elway, head coach is also former QB of the Denver Broncos Gary Wayne Kubiak.  The Broncos coordinator Wade Phillips has taken the time to cultivate the Broncos defense into his version of the 3-4, simplifying the responsibilities of the men and linebackers so they can go after the QB.  This sort of transition can take years of practice, reps to master, but what fans are seeing already this early in the season is the Broncos’ restructured defense is already going to be almost impossible to beat.  Second-year linebacker Shaq Barrett and rookie tackle Darius Kilgo have two sacks apiece to start the season and lead the team down the path to victory.  Coordinator Wade says there is always room for improvement, never be too sure of yourself and always know there is something new to learn today. While the Broncos chase a Super Bowl Championship, they appear to have all the right pieces to the puzzle, but with one looming question. Can 39 year old Peyton Manning stay healthy and lead the Broncos to the ultimate goal.

Sports Authority Field

Previously known as Invesco Field at Mile High, and commonly called Mile High, this facility is a multi-purpose major league football stadium in Denver, Colorado. It is home field to the Denver Broncos of the National Football League and the stadium is used primarily for football games. However it is also used for Major League Lacrosse, DCI (Drum Corps International), and the stadium plays host for a variety of concerts, musical festivals and many other sporting events. The property is owned by a special taxing district in that area something of noteworthy special interests is that Invesco paid about $120 million for naming rights before Sports Authority secured them in August of 2011. In that same year, it was announced that Invesco would transfer the naming rights to Englewood, CO based Sports Authority in a 25 yr agreement worth $6 million a year.  Fans and critics alike were all so opposed to the corporate Invesco name and wished to keep the previous name of the facility, “Mile High Stadium”.  Initially The Denver Post refused to use the Invesco Label and still referred to it as Mile High Stadium for several years before adding the Invesco name to articles.  The chosen location for this stadium was part of a six-year sporting venue upgrade program in Denver which included Coors Field and the Pepsi Center.