It was announced by the Broncos on Monday evening that they have agreed to a five-year extension with General Manager John Elway.
John Elway signs five year deal with Denver https://t.co/WRYFkfLWyk— MileHighReport (@MileHighReport) July 24, 2017
This big news led to some obvious excitement from Broncos fans and reactions from all over the internet. Here are some of the best reactions to John Elway’s extension announcement.
Congrats @johnelway best thing bout Elway don't matter Undrafted or drafted Best players got a shot to make them team .— Chris Harris (@ChrisHarrisJr) July 25, 2017
John Elway has been Broncos GM since 2011. The @Broncos have the 2nd-best record in the NFL in that span (67-29)— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) July 25, 2017
John Elway is 1 of 5 GMs that also played in the NFL. @johnelway is the only one to win a Super Bowl as both a player and a GM— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) July 25, 2017
From under center or the front office, John Elway has played a pivotal role in the Broncos' success throughout their history pic.twitter.com/aBwGGm4JvO— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 24, 2017
The John Elway deal happened, and so did this video. ThatsGoodSports in record time https://t.co/wNOvYWUTb5— ThatsGoodSports (@BrandonPerna) July 24, 2017
GM John Elway and the Broncos have agreed to a five-year deal. pic.twitter.com/uuaSI7ONbc— ArmchairAllAmericans (@ACAllAmericans) July 24, 2017
President and CEO Joe Ellis announces GM John Elway's new five-year contract
The Broncos' general manager will be in Denver for at least the next five years, President and CEO Joe Ellis announced.
With new five-year deal, John Elway set to keep meeting high standards
Joe Ellis and Pat Bowlen had lofty expectations of Elway when they brought him back to the organization, and he delivered. Now Elway is positioned to bring more success.
Broncos, GM John Elway reach agreement on new deal - NFL.com
The Broncos have reached an agreement with general manager John Elway on a new five-year deal through 2021, the team announced Monday.
John Elway signs contract extension | ProFootballTalk
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