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Broncos star wide receiver Demaryius Thomas will finally have his mom in the stands at Sports Authority Field at Mile High to watch him play against the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend.

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Happy Veterans Day, Broncos Country.

A big Mile High Salute to all those who have served and those who will serve in the future.  To anyone reading this entry of Horse Tracks who is an active or retired member of the military, I would like to extend my thanks to you for your service.

For today's Horse Tracks, I thought taking the time to relay information on a feel good event seemed appropriate.  Broncos star wide receiver Demaryius Thomas will have his mother, Katina Smith, in the stands to watch him play for the first time in his NFL career.  Smith has missed virtually every moment of Thomas' collegiate and NFL football career, but that all changes this Sunday.

Emotions will be high and there is no doubt that Thomas will be playing with a heavy heart this weekend. Here is to hoping that Demaryius puts on an All-Star caliber performance on the field against the Chiefs and can help lead the Broncos to victory.

As always, thanks for reading and here are today's Horse Tracks.

Update

DT told media Wednesday that his mother is on travel restriction and won't be able to see him play this week. Hopefully soon.

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