10 Denver Broncos Jerseys You Likely Rocked During Your Childhood

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10 Denver Broncos Jerseys You Likely Rocked During Your Childhood
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The Denver Broncos were born in 1960 in the old AFL and have always had one of football's most rabid fanbases. In their existence, the Broncos have sported four different uniforms.

The team started out with mustard yellow and brown uniforms, complete with vertically striped socks. This look only lasted two years before the team adopted orange and blue as its colors.

The look changed again in 1968 to the uniform John Elway made most famous, but in 1997, the look of the Broncos changed drastically again as the team switched to predominantly navy blue jerseys with some orange highlights. The team carries this look to this day, and many of you may have some of these jerseys in your closet.

Whether they be shirts from Orange Crush days or replicas of the jersey that the players currently wear when they take the field, you often see thousands of fans wearing them at home games.

The purchase of an NFL jersey is usually based on the popularity of a player and that can include things he does off the field as well as on it. While Tom Jackson was a huge contributor to the Broncos defense in his playing career, a guy like Ed McCaffrey played in an era when buying a player's jersey was much more common.

 So who are some of the players whose jerseys you have purchased? Did they make the list?

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