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Floyd Little

Floyd Little was born on July 4, 1942 in New Haven, Connecticut. He played his college football at Syracuse University where he was a three time All American. In fact, he broke Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown’s rushing records at Syracuse. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos with the sixth pick of the first round of the 1967 draft.

Denver Broncos Players

The Denver Broncos have had many great players over their history. Here is a list of Denver Broncos football players by position. For the Denver Broncos players that have player bios you can click on their name to read about their accomplishments. You will see both Denver Broncos offensive and defensive players.

Terrell Davis
Terrell Davis was drafted in the 6th round by the Denver Broncos in 1995 from the University of Georgia. He had a solid junior season, running for more than 800 yards, but injury struck his senior year. A torn hamstring forced Davis to miss 3 games and he never reached full strength. Going into the draft, most scouts projected Davis as a possible 3rd down back or a possible back up running back.
Mark Jackson
Mark Jackson was born on July 23, 1963 in Chicago Illinois. After Jackson played wide receiver at Perdue University, he was drafted by the Denver Broncos in round 6, pick 161 of the 1986 NFL Draft.
Vance Johnson
Vance Johnson “The Vance” was born on March 13, 1963 in Trenton, New Jersey. The 5-11 185 pound Johnson was drafted by the Denver Broncos in round 2, pick 31 overall of the 1985 NFL Draft. Johnson was a speedster out of Arizona where he played his college football as a wide receiver. Johnson claims he was clocked running a 4.12 40 yard dash. Just weeks after knee surgery, Johnson was clocked at 4.28. Vance Johnson loves speed,” he said recently. “I don't know what I'd do if I couldn't run fast.” (1)
Tom Jackson
Tom Jackson was born on April 4, 1951 in Cleveland Ohio. He attended college at the University of Louisville and entered the NFL in 1973 after being drafted with pick 88 of round four of the NFL Draft. “TJ” became a Denver Broncos’ linebacker. Jackson possessed excellent speed and always seemed to be in the right place on the football field. He was a key contributor to the Broncos defense from 1973 until 1986 when he retired from the National Football League and the Denver Broncos.
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