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Broncos media shares highlights from Mexico Tour 2023

The Broncos’ media team shares video footage from their visit to Mexico last month, celebrate “many activities.”

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Last month, over the NFL Draft weekend, the Broncos enjoyed a brief visit in both Mexico City and Monterrey. A few days ago, they shared a Twitter post about the trip.

Embedded in the tweet is a highlight reel from the time Terrell Davis, Jake Plummer, Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, and Miles spent over that weekend.

In English translation, the tweet reads:
“Amazing visit to Mexico with many activities! Thanks to your response in CDMX and Monterrey. #BroncosCountry fans are the best.”

Were you part of the #BroncosCountry present in Mexico during that weekend? Share your own experiences! You can also see the entire collection of photos on the Broncos’ official site.

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