Denver Broncos Announce All-Encompassing Historical Database

Now everyone can be a Denver Broncos historian!

The Broncos announced the launch of an online historical database on their media website Thursday, encompassing every season since the team's inception as an original AFL charter franchise in 1960.

The database, which can be accessed by visiting http://media.denverbroncos.com/history, includes digitalized and bookmarked media guides from each year as well as gamebooks, flipcards and other related materials from every game in Broncos history.

The historical database is accessible to media and fans (no registration or login required), and each entity on the site can be viewed or downloaded in PDF format.       

Believed to be the first of its kind in professional or collegiate sports, the comprehensive online archive is intended to make the Broncos' history easily and openly accessible to everyone.

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