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1998 Denver Broncos Roster
The 1998 Denver Broncos Roster was filled with great players and were a special football team. Led by John Elway, Terrell Davis, and Shannon Sharpe on offense, the 1998 Denver Broncos started the season 13-0 before losing their first game. They finished the season 14-2. They lost to the New York Giants to end their undefeated season, and then were beaten by the Miami Dolphins the following week.
Clarence Kay Broncos
Clarence Kay was a tight end for the Denver Broncos from 1984 to 1992. Kay was born on July 30, 1961 in Seneca, South Carolina. After Kay played his college football at Georgia, he was drafted by the Denver Broncos in round 7, pick 186 of the 1984 NFL Draft.
Bobby Humphrey Biography

Bobby Humphrey was drafted by the Denver Broncos in round 1 of the 1989 Supplemental NFL Draft. The 6-1 205 pound Humphrey had an outstanding college career at the University of Alabama, but a foot injury had him labeled as damaged goods. The Denver Broncos looked past his broken foot and paired Humphrey with fellow rookie running back Melvin Bratton. “We were just two guys who were supposed to be high-round draft choices but we got hurt,” said Humphrey. “Melvin has the potential to be great and I have the potential to be great. We had great careers in college. And we want to follow through with those careers.” (1)

Simon Fletcher
Simon Fletcher was born on February 18, 1962 in Bay City, Texas. After being a standout player for the University of Houston, Fletcher was drafted by the Denver Broncos with pick 54 overall in the second round of the 1985 NFL Draft. The 6-6 240 pound specimen played both outside linebacker and defensive end during his eleven year career. “He's so versatile, and that's the thing that's really helped us,” said Phillips, the Broncos’ defensive coordinator. “He can play up and he can play down. In our nickel stuff, he's a defensive end.” (1)
Marlin Briscoe the First Black NFL Starting Quarterback

Marlin “The Magician” Briscoe was born on September 10, 1945 in Oakland, California. “I attended a predominantly white school, the University of Omaha,” Briscoe said. “I never considered myself as a Black quarterback. I always considered myself as a quarterback. After making All-American, I just felt I had the ability to do the job. When I got drafted out of college, I was taken as a defensive back. I negotiated my own contract. In the contract, I requested a three-day trial at quarterback. They thought I was crazy a 14th-round draft choice demanding something like that. But they granted me the request. I knew that Denver was one of only few teams that held open practices. I figured I would get a chance to show what I could do. I knew it wasn't going to be a fair shake. Nevertheless, that would give me a forum to display my skills.” (1)

Gaston Green
Gaston Green was born on August 1, 1966 in Los Angeles, California. After Green played running back for UCLA, he stayed in southern California when he was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams with the 14th pick overall in the first round of the 1988 NFL Draft. The 5-10, 189 pound Green was a scat back who possessed great speed.
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