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Jim Turner Kicker
Jim Turner was a kicker in the AFL and NFL from 1964 to 1979. The 6-2 205 pound kicker was born on March 28, 1941 in Martinez, California. He was an undrafted free agent in 1964 and was signed by the New York Jets.
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Denver Broncos Quarterbacks Top Ten List

There have been many Denver Broncos’ quarterbacks who have played for the team since 1960, the birth of the Denver Broncos. Only a handful of these quarterbacks had stand out careers. Here is our top ten list of Denver Broncos quarterbacks.


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Denver Broncos Three Amigos

During the early years of the John Elway era, there were names for the Denver Broncos’ wide receiver cores. First there was “The Three Sons.” The most popular name for a group of receivers during this time for the Denver Broncos was the Three Amigos.


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Steve Watson

Steve Watson was born on May 28, 1957 in Baltimore, Maryland. After playing his college football at Temple University, the 6-4 195 pound Watson was not drafted by an NFL team. He was a walk on for the Denver Broncos and signed with the team in 1979 as an undrafted free agent.


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Champ Bailey
Champ Bailey played his college football at the University of Georgia where he displayed ball hawking skills and a 4.28 time in the forty yard dash. “His game is as good as his name,” Pittsburgh Steelers director of football operations Tom Donahoe said. “When the ball is in his hands, something is going to happen, and it's going to be something good. The only question about him is how he's going to be used at the NFL level. He's so good and such a catalyst that there is going to be a natural temptation to do too much with Champ.” (1)
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Tony Jones Offensive Lineman
Tony Jones was born on May 24, 1966 in Royston, Georgia. After playing his college football at Western Carolina, Tony Jones was not drafted, but was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Browns in 1988. Tony Jones was able to play both left tackle and right tackle effectively in his career. “Nothing has even been given to me. I've always been the guy to outwork somebody else, the guy who wasn't drafted and had to bust his butt to make the team. Then when I started, I had to bust my butt to keep it.” (1)
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