Bonfils Blood Center and the Denver Broncos work together on an annual Drive for Life event which is the largest single day blood drive in Colorado.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Click here for more information about the 2014 DFL event.
Learn more from Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway and 9News' Cheryl Preheim about 2014 Drive for Life.
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Terrance Knighton and the Broncos are embracing their trip to raucous CenturyLink Field for their first road game of the season on Sunday.
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Wes Welker is back on the field and has cleared the post-concussion protocol.
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West Virginia's Kevin White is among the senior receivers who have made an impression early this season.
The threat of Julius Thomas forced the safeties away from deep responsibilities and helped the offense get off to a fast start against the Chiefs.
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The Broncos struggled on third downs against the Chiefs, and fixing their mistakes posthaste could determine whether they can beat the defending world champions.