Bobby Micho was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 10th round (272nd overall) of the 1984 NFL Draft. He may be listed as a Running Back, but Bobby was a Tight End/Fullback in Dan Reeves' offense. Bobby started 3 of 26 games in his two seasons in a Bronco uniform. He ran for 8 yards on 4 carries and caught 25 passes for 242 yards and two touchdowns. Micho's 2 touchdown receptions came in the same game, a 26-17 win over Kansas City during Week 5 in 1987. A 26 yard pass from Ken Karcher for the first score and a 5 yard pass from Karcher to finish off the Chiefs.
Larsen is a fan favorite and in time, will likely end up earning this accolade. However, the stats and length of service currently speak otherwise.
Dave Preston was drafted by the New England Patriots in the 12th round (333rd overall) of the 1977 NFL Draft, but played his entire six-year career in Denver. Dave started 35 of 76 games, rushing for 1,793 yards and 10 touchdowns on 479 carries. He also caught 161 passes for 1,423 yards and 3 touchdowns. On Special Teams, he returned 18 punts for an 8.5 average and 26 kickoffs for a 23.0 yard average. In 684 touches, Preston fumbled 15 times, recovering 4 of them (1 every 62.2 touches).
MHR gives a Mile High Salute to Dave Preston as the Greatest Bronco to wear #46.