Broncos Show Up At Denver Children’s Hospitals Tuesday


DENVER–Tuesday, the Denver Broncos started off with preparations for the season opener against the perennial AFC contenders, the Baltimore Ravens, but also made time for those in need in the community.

As reported on Twitter by Liz Mannis, the Broncos’ off-field manager of community development, more than 20 Broncos showed up at three local hospitals to spread cheer to patients in rough situations.

Among those who showed up were wideout Cody Latimer, linebacker DeMarcus Ware, defensive end Kenny Anunike, tackles Ryan Harris and Ryan Clady, outside linebacker Corey Nelson, defensive back Darian Stewart, cornerback Omar Bolden, cornerback Kayvon Webster (one of my best followers on Twitter) and defensive tackle Malik Jackson.

Additionally, several Broncos players showed up at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children in Denver, such as practice squad defensive back Taurean Nixon and off-season participant outside linebacker Danny Mason, while they were joined by Nelson, cornerback Lorenzo Doss, Stewart and Harris which brightened the youngsters’ day.

Doss, on his Twitter account, which can be found at @Lorenzo_Doss, stated he was honored to put smiles on the faces of so many.

Latimer, a prodigious second-year receiver out of Indiana, made an impression on several patients, including Nick Porter, who calls himself “Bruce Wayne” on Twitter, is currently at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children’s main campus while the two had a choice bonding experience.

While the Broncos will ultimately be judged by how they fare on the field of play, it’s always nice to see them asserting themselves in the community and helping out those in need. In any event, this current crop of Broncos appears to have won themselves some life-long friends within the metro Denver area.

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