Thirteen players wore #75 for the Denver Broncos in team history. Six Offensive Tackles, four Defensive Ends, two Defensive Tackles an a Guard. I'm sure most of you already have a name and a vision that stirs in your mind when #75 is mentioned in concordance with the Denver Broncos. Some numbers are like that. This one isn't any different and it won't surprise you at all. However, there are a few other players in Broncos franchise history that have stories of there own and it would be unfair not to include them. So dive across the kine of scrimmage (the jump) and I'll meet you in the end zone. Here are the candidates.
Brian Habib was drafted by the Vikings in the 10th round (264th overall) of the 1988 NFL Draft. He spent 4 years in Minnesota before joining the Broncos in 1993. Brian played 5 seasons in Denver from 1993-97 and was a part of the Broncos Super Bowl XXXII Championship. He started all 78 games at Right Guard and recovered a Fumble in 1994. After his term with the Broncos was finished. Habib played 2 seasons for the Seattle Seahawks. He currently is an Offensive Line coach for Del Norte High School in Poway, CA.
- 2-Time Super Bowl starter (XXI, XXII)
- 2-Time Pro Bowler (1985, 1986)
- 1st-Team All-Pro (1986)
MHR gives a Mile High Salute to Rulon Jones as the Greatest Bronco to wear #75.