Last Monday, Mile High Report reported that Broncos hall of fame running back Floyd Little was battling cancer. Little’s former teammate, Patrick Killorin started a GoFundMe for Floyd’s cancer expenses and over the course of this last week it grew from nearly $30,000 to just over $75,000. The goal of $250,000 is still a long way off.
Cancer is a taxing disease, both emotionally and financially. Floyd needs our help. When the Broncos were in danger of relocating to Birmingham and other places, it was Floyd Little who became the face of our beloved football franchise to get old Mile High Stadium renovated to keep the Broncos in Denver. Every Broncos fan owes Floyd a debt of gratitude.
And now he needs our help.
So, please consider donating to his cancer fund so he can beat this awful disease.
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