Castle Rock

A Mile High Salute

Ryan Boldrey
From left, Denver Broncos guard Ben Garland, defensive end Malik Jackson and tight end Virgil Green, and cheerleaders Katie and Emily G., signed autographs for hundreds of fans in Castle Rock on April 19. Castle Rock was the last stop of 20 around the state as part of the Second Annual Mile High Salute which connected players with fans.
Ryan Boldrey
Fans of all ages stopped by the White Pavillion in Castle Rock April 19 to mingle with players, cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot. The Broncos' Ultimate Superfan, Chuck DeVorss, 58 of Lakewood, has been a season-ticket holder since 1996 and made Castle Rock one of his three stops on the Mile High Salute tour this year.
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Miles hangs out with One Stop Tire owner John Manka, who helped organize the Second Annual Mile High Salute's stop in Castle Rock.
Ryan Boldrey
From left, Denver Broncos guard Ben Garland, defensive end Malik Jackson and tight end Virgil Green signed autographs for hundreds of fans in Castle Rock on April 19. Castle Rock was the last stop of 20 around the state as part of the Second Annual Mile High Salute which connected players with fans.
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A few hundred Denver Broncos fans packed the White Pavilion in Castle Rock April 19 to have the chance to meet players Ben Garland, Virgil Green and Malik Jackson along with a pair of Bronco cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot. The visit was the 20th and final stop for the players, who spent the week traveling around Colorado as part of the Second Annual Mile High Salute. Team marketing personnel said the stop was “one of the best and one of the best attended” of the 20.

Photos by Ryan Boldrey