Brandon Stokley Named DISH Unbeatable Value Player of the Year

Brandon Stokley (14) after catching a touchdown pass during the first quarter of the AFC divisional round playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens at Sports Authority Field. (Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)

As voted by fans, Brandon Stokley was named the DISH Unbeatable Value Player of the Year.

The honor recognizes a player that exceeds fan expectations.

At 36-years-old, Stokley was the second oldest most experienced wide receiver in the NFL behind only Donald Driver of the Green Bay Packers.

Signed by the Broncos last April, Stokley caught 45 passes for 544 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games (9 starts). He became just the 10th player in league history to catch 40 balls and record five touchdowns in a season at 36 or older. He also had three receptions for 27 yards and a touchdown in Denver’s playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Stokley received 65% of the vote casted by fans on DenverBroncos.com. Derek Wolfe (13%), Mike Adams (8%), Dan Koppen (7.5%), Keith Brooking (5%), Danny Trevathan (3%), and Jim Leonhard (2%) also received votes.

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Topics: Brandon Stokley, Denver Broncos

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