Broncos Team Up With Special Olympics Colorado

There truly is more to life than NFL games on Sunday. More than a dozen Denver Broncos players showed this is true on Tuesday, May 9 when they assisted with a Play 60 All-Ability clinic with athletes from Special Olympics Colorado. Trevor Siemian, Jamaal Charles, Brandon McManus, Corey Nelson, Justin Simmons, Darian Stewart, Kyle Peko, Taurean Nixon, A.J. Derby, Virgil Green, Khalif Raymond, Vontarrious Dora, Quentin Gause and Adam Gotsis all assisted in the drills.

It was a tremendous event, complete with lots of smiles and high fives.

Below are Interviews, pictures and videos from the event.


KOA's Mike Rice spoke with Broncos tight end Virgil Green.


Mike also caught up with another of the Broncos' tight ends, A.J. Derby.


Special Olympics Colorado President and CEO Mindy Watrous tells Mike the partnership with the Broncos is key to the organization.


Broncos running back Jamaal Charles talks about Special Olympics and settling in with his new team.


Charles spoke to the group to start the clinic.

Broncos tight end A.J. Derby congratulates one of the participants after a good run.

Broncos tight end Virgil Green gives a high five.


New Broncos RB Jamaal Charles (28) and LB Corey Nelson (52) help out with a passing drill.

Colorado's Morning News


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