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Old 05-31-2013, 04:35 AM   #1
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Hard to believe it's that time already. This is our year my friends!

There are 97 days until the Broncos kick off their historic 2013 season.



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Harald Hasselbach signed with the Denver Broncos in 1994 after playing the previous 4 years with the CFL's Calgary Stampeders, including a Grey Cup in 1992. He was also named a CFL All-Star in 1993. Hasselbach played 7 seasons in the NFL from 1994-2000; all with the Broncos. Harald started 29 of 112 games, with 154 Tackles, 17.5 Sacks, 4 Forced Fumbles and 4 recovered Fumbles. He won two championship rings and started Super Bowl XXXIII for Denver. He is one of the few players to have been a part of a winning team in a Grey Cup and a Super Bowl.
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Retroactive for one of my favorite Broncos

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Not one of my favorite Broncos. He actually made the Pro Bowl in infamous 1996 season.
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love it!! pics of old Broncos players, guys that I remember from my childhood, lol, love it!
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Harald Hasselbach signed with the Denver Broncos in 1994 after playing the previous 4 years with the CFL's Calgary Stampeders, including a Grey Cup in 1992. He was also named a CFL All-Star in 1993. Hasselbach played 7 seasons in the NFL from 1994-2000; all with the Broncos. Harald started 29 of 112 games, with 154 Tackles, 17.5 Sacks, 4 Forced Fumbles and 4 recovered Fumbles. He won two championship rings and started Super Bowl XXXIII for Denver. He is one of the few players to have been a part of a winning team in a Grey Cup and a Super Bowl.
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Hard to see but Jeff RobinsonDE 1993-96


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This guy deserves a shout out.

He gained some notoriety (and the nickname "Puke") when he vomited on TV during a Monday Night Football game directly onto the football before the center could snap it. A 1993 Sports Illustrated article stated that he had vomited at nearly every game that season[3] and would reportedly see a psychiatrist for a "chronic vomiting" problem. Apparently, many in the football industry found his antics bizarre and appalling. This "off-the-wall" athlete was soon to be given a spot in the World Wrestling Federation.
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This guy deserves a shout out.

He gained some notoriety (and the nickname "Puke") when he vomited on TV during a Monday Night Football game directly onto the football before the center could snap it. A 1993 Sports Illustrated article stated that he had vomited at nearly every game that season[3] and would reportedly see a psychiatrist for a "chronic vomiting" problem. Apparently, many in the football industry found his antics bizarre and appalling. This "off-the-wall" athlete was soon to be given a spot in the World Wrestling Federation.
Damn you beat me to it. I wanted to give him a shout out. The puking on the ball was the funniest thing I have ever seen on the field.
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Boy could old Shanny pick em! Leon Lett and Chester

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Boy could old Shanny pick em! Leon Lett and Chester

McGlockton had a pretty good run with the broncos. His two years in Denver he played well. Lett was a big disappointmnet.
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This guy deserves a shout out.

He gained some notoriety (and the nickname "Puke") when he vomited on TV during a Monday Night Football game directly onto the football before the center could snap it. A 1993 Sports Illustrated article stated that he had vomited at nearly every game that season[3] and would reportedly see a psychiatrist for a "chronic vomiting" problem. Apparently, many in the football industry found his antics bizarre and appalling. This "off-the-wall" athlete was soon to be given a spot in the World Wrestling Federation.
Doh! I totally forgot about this guy!
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