Can John Elway Save the Denver Broncos?

Can John Elway Save the Denver Broncos?

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John Elway, a dynamic leader with experience guiding the Broncos to world championships as both a player and a general manager, enters his seventh season as the club’s Executive Vice President of Football Operations/GM in 2017. He was named to his current position by owner Pat Bowlen on January 5, 2011.

Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame following a magnificent 16-year career as a quarterback with the Broncos from 1983-98, that included five Super Bowl appearances and two world championships, Elway is responsible for overseeing all football operations for the Broncos. He directs all aspects of the team’s player acquisition process, including college scouting research related to the NFL Draft, along with pro personnel efforts associated with free agency and trades.

Bringing a competitive and experienced football acumen to the Broncos, Elway has infused the club’s football operations with a winning culture and a positive approach toward building a championship team. He holds final say on all football-related matters while reporting directly to Bowlen and President & CEO Joe Ellis.

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