This year is the first year that Broncos Bowl will feature cross-league play for youth ages 12-14, representing six different youth football leagues in the metro Denver area: Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Aurora Youth Football, Arapahoe Youth Football, Broomfield Youth Leagues, Denver Police Activities League and Jefferson County Youth Football.
The schedule is as follows:
8:00am Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver: Owen vs. Broncos
9:20am Arapahoe Warriors Scarlet vs. JeffCo Golden Demons
10:40am Aurora Shamrocks vs. Denver Pal Falcons
12:00pm Arapahoe Hawks Orange vs. Broomfield North Metro NFL Blue
1:20pm JeffCo Wheat Ridge Bulldogs vs. Aurora Raiders
2:40pm Broomfield North Metro NFL White vs. Denver PAL Cardinals
This year's Broncos Bowl will be a scrimmage format marking the start of each of these League's fall programs.
All Broncos Bowl teams will be recognized at half-time during the Broncos' August 27th pre-season game against Indianapolis as part of a special NFL Salute to Youth Football. This year's Broncos Bowl will give participants the "NFL experience" complete with player introductions through the tunnel, on-field play, the national anthem performed by Broncos Cheerleader Jesse Adams, and sideline coaching by the likes of Broncos Ring of Fame member Billy Thompson and current Broncos players Sam Brandon, Luther Ellis, Nick Ferguson, Chris Young, Champ Bailey, Ashley Lelie, Keith Burns, Patrick Chukwurah, Nate Jackson, and Rod Smith.
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