Quarterback: John Elway
Backup: Jake Plummer
Running Back: 1)Terrell Davis 2) Floyd Little (Added due to deserving it!)
Wide Receivers (3): Rod Smith, Lionel Taylor, Ed McCaffrey
Offensive Linemen (5): Tom Nalen, Gary Zimmerman, Mark Schlereth, Ryan Clady and Matt Lepsis
Tight Ends - Shannon Sharpe & Riley Odoms
Defensive Line: Elvis Dumervil & Rulon Jones
Time to find the plugs in the middle.
TREVOR PRYCE - 1997-2005
Pryce was drafted by Denver in 1997 28th Overall. He played 9 years at defensive tackle and defensive end. In his rookie season he played in 8 games with 24 tackles and 2 sacks. In his second year. he started 15 games and recorded 8.5 sacks. He was a member of the Broncos Super Bowl XXXIII team. In 1999 Pryce earned his first Pro Bowl trip after a 13 sack season. Up to 2002, Pryce made the Pro Bowl four seasons in a row. After another strong 2003 season playing in his 100th game, Pryce herniated a disk in 2004 and played only two games.
64 Sacks, 2 Interceptions
6 Forced Fumbles
RUBIN CARTER - 1975-1986
Carter was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 5th round of the 1975 NFL Draft. He played 12 seasons with the Broncos "Orange Crush: defense. If you were looking for a nose tackle for 3-4 defense, Carter is the template. He was only 6'0 256 pounds. He played on 5 AFC West Championship teams and in 2 Super Bowls (1978, 1987). He missed the Super Bowl in 1986 due to injury.
Carter became a full time starter in 1976 when the Broncos went to a 3 man front. The Broncos had been playing around with a 3-4 but finally moved to it full-time. Upon his retirement, Carter had started more games than any other Nose Tackle in NFL history. He suffered a knee injury in 1986 that made it easy for him to retire at age 34.