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Elvis Dumervil
OLB #58
Height:
5-11
Weight:
250
Age:
32
College:
Louisville
Hometown:
Miami, FL
Experience:
11

Quick Stats (2016):

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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 341 244 97 96.0 1 14 1 27 -- 27 0 21 12
2016 BAL 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2015 BAL 16 16 48 29 19 6.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 2
2014 BAL 16 2 37 27 10 17.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1
2013 BAL 15 3 31 18 13 9.5 -- 2 -- -- -- -- -- 2 --
2012 DEN 16 16 54 32 22 11.0 1 1 -- -- -- -- -- 6 --
2011 DEN 14 14 42 31 11 9.5 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
2009 DEN 16 14 49 42 7 17.0 -- 3 -- -- -- -- -- 4 1
2008 DEN 16 15 24 17 7 5.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2007 DEN 16 16 39 34 5 12.5 -- 4 1 27 27 27 0 4 3
2006 DEN 13 0 17 14 3 8.5 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 3
Recent Games
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1 BUF W 13-7 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @CLE W 25-20 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @JAX W 19-17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

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— Key Transactions —

  • Signed with the Ravens as a free agent on 3/26/13 after being released by the Broncos on 3/15/13
  • Originally drafted by Denver in the fourth round (126th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft

— Honors —

  • Five-time Pro Bowler (2009, 2011-12, 2014-15)
  • Associated Press first-team All-Pro (2009 and 2014)
  • Broncos Ed Block Courage Award Winner (2011)
  • ESPN.com first-team All-Pro (2009)
  • Pro Football Weekly/PFWA first-team All-Pro (2009)
  • The Sporting News first-team All-Pro (2009)
  • NFL Alumni Pass Rusher of the Year (2009)
  • AFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 14, 2014; Week 14, 2008 and Week 14, 2007)
  • Darrent Williams Good Guy Award from Denver media (2009)

— Career Highlights —

  • His 96 career sacks tie (Mario Williams) for fifth among active players, while his 32.5 QB drops since joining the Ravens in 2013 stand fourth (tied) in the NFL
  • Dumervil’s 31 games with at least 1.5 sacks tie (Jared Allen) as the NFL’s most since 2006
  • Established a Ravens’ franchise-record with a career-high-tying 17 sacks (third in the NFL) in 2014
  • With his 17 sacks in 2014, he teamed with OLB Terrell Suggs (12) to post the NFL’s most sacks by any duo (29)
  • Led the NFL in sacks with a career-high and then-franchise-record 17 for the Broncos in 2009
  • Recorded a career-high and Broncos single-game franchise-record 4 sacks at Cle. (9/20/09)
  • Broncos sack leader in four of his six playing seasons (missed the 2010 season with a pectoral injury)

— Personal —

  • Half-brother, Curry Burns, played DB at Louisville (2000-02) and spent time with Hou., NYG, Was. and NO
  • Wears No. 58 because he admired former NFL LB Derrick Thomas while growing up
  • Was inducted into Louisville’s Ring of Honor (Nov. 2015)
  • Middle name is “Kool”...Notes Dumervil: “That’s how you can tell if you’ve known me for a while. People who really know me call me Kool.”
  • He and his wife, Jennifer, have a newborn daughter (Ella)
  • Both of Dumervil’s parents are from Haiti, and he was raised in the transplanted Caribbean culture known as “Little Haiti” in Miami

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Baltimore Ravens – 16/16)

  • Led Baltimore’s pass rush with 6 sacks (-33 yards), adding 48 tackles (29 solo), 1 PD, 1 FF and 2 FRs
  • Helped lead the NFL’s eighth-ranked defense (337.4 ypg), which finished No. 2 overall (291.1 ypg) and No. 1 vs. the pass (183.3 ypg) over the season’s final eight games
  • Recovered a Courtney Upshaw-forced fumble at the Ravens’ 41-yard line to set up a 47-yard game-winning K Justin Tucker FG in the 16-13 victory vs. STL (11/22)
  • Produced a season-high 2 sacks (-10 yards), adding 4 stops (2 solo) and 1 PD vs. Jax. (11/15)
  • Posted 6 tackles (5 solo) and 1 sack (-6 yards), helping limit the Steelers to 96 net passing yards, in the 23-20 OT victory at Pit. (10/1)...Made a critical fourth-and-2 stop, tackling QB Mike Vick for no gain, during the first overtime drive
  • Sacked QB Andy Dalton, forcing a fumble that ILB C.J. Mosley returned 41 yards for a TD vs. Cin. (9/27)

2014: (Baltimore Ravens – 16/2, 2/0)

  • Named to his fourth Pro Bowl after tying a career high (2009) with a Ravens’ franchise-record 17 sacks (third in the NFL) for -127.5 yards (also a franchise record)...Recorded 35 tackles (24 solo), 2 FFs, 1 FR and 1 PD
  • Ravens finished second (tied, Philadelphia) in the league with 49 sacks (Buffalo - 54)...Teamed with OLB Terrell Suggs (12) to post the NFL’s most sacks by a duo (29)
  • Saw action in both postseason contests and had 3 tackles, including 2 sacks (-18 yards), for a defense that produced 7 sacks and allowed 82 rushing yards in two playoff games
  • Tallied a postseason career-high 2 sacks (-18 yards), for a defense that produced 5 sacks in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)
  • Posted a Ravens’ franchise-record and career-high-tying 17th sack (-8 yards) for a defense that posted a season-high 8 sacks in the 20-12 victory vs. Jax. (12/14)
  • Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after setting the Ravens’ single-season sacks record with his 16th QB drop in the 28-13 victory at Mia. (12/7)...He had 4 tackles, 3.5 sacks (-25 yards) and 1 FF for a defense that recorded 6 sacks and allowed 249 total yards

2013: (Baltimore Ravens – 15/3)

  • Recorded 31 tackles (18 solo), was second on the team with 9.5 sacks (-64 yards) and posted 3 PD and 2 FFs (missed one game due to an ankle injury)
  • Played in his 100th-career game and posted 3 tackles, including a team-leading 3 sacks (-21 yards), in the 20-17 overtime win vs. Cin. (11/10)
  • Recorded 3 tackles, including a team-leading 2 sacks (-11 yards) and a career-high-tying 2 FFs, vs. GB (10/13)
  • Posted 2 solo tackles, including a sack (-5 yards) and 1 PD, for a defense that allowed 22 rushing yards in the 26-23 win at Mia. (10/6)...His fourth-quarter sack backed the Dolphins up to Baltimore’s 39 to make a potential game-tying 57-yard FGA; the kick was no good

2012: (Denver Broncos – 16/16, 1/1)

  • Earned his third-career (second-consecutive) Pro Bowl nod after finishing second on the Broncos with 11 sacks (-83 yards) and tying for a team-high 6 FFs
  • Dumervil’s 54 tackles (32 solo) led all of Denver’s defensive linemen on the season
  • Served as a team captain for the first time in his NFL tenure
  • Posted 3 tackles (2 solo) and forced a half-sack in the 38-35 double-OT loss in the Divisional game vs. Bal. (1/12/13)
  • Had a season-high 5 solo tackles, adding 2 sacks (-9 yards), a career-best 2 FFs and 1 PD in the 35-24 win at SD (10/15)
  • Registered his first-career safety on a sack of Texans QB Matt Schaub vs. Hou. (9/23)

2011: (Denver Broncos – 14/14, 2/2)

  • Earned his second-career Pro Bowl selection after finishing second on the team with 9.5 sacks (-63 yards), adding 42 tackles (31 solo), 1 PD and 1 FR
  • Voted by his teammates as the Broncos’ recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award for his perseverance in overcoming his 2010 pectoral injury
  • Started both postseason games, totaling 3 tackles, 1 sack (-11 yards) and 1 FF
  • Recorded 3 solo tackles and a sack (-5 yards), for his eighth-straight game with at least a half-sack at Buf. (12/24)

2010: (Denver Broncos – 0/0, Injured Reserve)

  • Missed the entire season after being placed on Injured Reserve (pectoral) on 9/4

2009: (Denver Broncos – 16/14)

  • Named as a Pro Bowl starter in his first year as a LB after becoming the first Bronco in franchise history to lead the league in sacks with a club-record 17 (-88.5 yards)
  • Added 49 tackles (42 solo), 3 PD, 4 FFs and 1 FR as he earned first-team All-Pro recognition from multiple outlets
  • Led the NFL with a Broncos’ record 7 multiple-sack games
  • Netted 5 tackles (4 solo), 1 FF and 2 sacks (-7 yards), which tied for the second fastest in NFL history to 10 sacks in a season (six games) at SD (10/19)
  • Had 7 solo tackles, including a Broncos’ franchise-record 4 sacks (-15 yards), and netted 1 FR and 1 PD vs. Cle. (9/20)

2008: (Denver Broncos – 16/15)

  • Posted 44 tackles and tied for the team lead with 5 sacks (-35 yards), adding 1 FF and 1 FR
  • Recorded a season-high 8 tackles (5 solo) and 2 sacks (-15 yards) on Monday Night Football at NE (10/20)

2007: (Denver Broncos – 16/16)

  • Finished with a career-high 56 tackles (43 solo), a team-high 12.5 sacks (-62.5 yards), 1 INT (returned for 27 yards), a career-high 7 PD, 4 FFs and 3 FRs
  • His 12.5 sacks represented the most by a Bronco since 1999 (Trevor Pryce, 13)
  • Tied for the NFL lead among D-linemen and ranked second among all Broncos with 4 take-aways (3 FRs and 1 INT).
  • Dumervil’s career-high 7 PD were the most by a Broncos D-lineman since 1995 (Michael Dean Perry, 8)
  • Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week after netting 5 solo tackles, 3 sacks (-15 yards) and 1 FF vs. K.C. (12/9)

2006: (Denver Broncos – 13/0)

  • Posted 19 tackles (15 solo), 8.5 sacks (-56.5 yards), 2 FFs and a team-high 3 FRs...Sack total ranked third among NFL rookies and tied for the third-highest total by a rookie in Broncos history
  • Recorded 3 sacks (-16 yards) and netted the first FR of his career at Cle. (10/22)
  • Posted 3 tackles, including the first 2 sacks of his career (-15 yards) in his second-career game, vs. Oak. (10/15)

— College —

  • Played 44 career games (24 starts) at Louisville and posted 151 tackles (83 solo), 11 FFs, 3 FRs, 1 INT and 4 PD to go along with 32 sacks (-223 yards)
  • Finished his career ranked second on the school’s all-time sacks list and third on its all-time TFL chart (42.5)
  • Earned several national accolades as a senior after a record-setting season when he led the nation with a school-record 20 sacks (-165 yards) in 2005...His 20 sacks marked the second-highest single-season sack total in NCAA history behind Terrell Suggs’ 24 for Arizona State (2002)
  • Bronko Nagurski Award winner (nation’s best defensive player) and was a Walter Camp Top 10 Player of the Year as well as a first-team All-American as a senior
  • Tabbed the Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a finalist for the Vince Lombardi Award (nation’s top D-lineman) as a senior
  • Set an NCAA record with 10 FFs as a senior and totaled 65 tackles (38 solo), 1 INT, 1 FR and 4 PD
  • His 9 sacks in Louisville’s first two games as a senior set an NCAA record for most sacks in consecutive games

— High School —

  • Was a three-year starter at Jackson (Miami, FL) HS, where he totaled a school-record 78 sacks during his prep career and was a two-time All-State selection
  • Had 110 tackles and 30 sacks as a senior while posting 3 FFs and 4 FRs en route to earning the team’s defensive MVP

— Dumervil’s Community Impact —

  • Supported the Ravens Hometown Huddle at M&T Bank Stadium, joining teammates to complete various activities alongside students from Liberty Elementary for the NFL’s league-wide day of service that promotes youth health and fitness
  • Traveled to Haiti to help build 58 homes for people who are still recovering from the 2010 earthquake devastation (2016)
  • Alongside the Lady Ravens Association, helped distribute coats and warm weather gear to homeless men at the annualHelping Up Mission Coat Distribution (2013)
  • Has worked with American Group Home and Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives on charitable projects
  • Bought tickets for and hosted 20 underprivileged children for Broncos home games (2010)

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— Key Transactions —

  • Signed with the Ravens as a free agent on 3/26/13 after being released by the Broncos on 3/15/13
  • Originally drafted by Denver in the fourth round (126th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft

— Honors —

  • Five-time Pro Bowler (2009, 2011-12, 2014-15)
  • Associated Press first-team All-Pro (2009 and 2014)
  • Broncos Ed Block Courage Award Winner (2011)
  • ESPN.com first-team All-Pro (2009)
  • Pro Football Weekly/PFWA first-team All-Pro (2009)
  • The Sporting News first-team All-Pro (2009)
  • NFL Alumni Pass Rusher of the Year (2009)
  • AFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 14, 2014; Week 14, 2008 and Week 14, 2007)
  • Darrent Williams Good Guy Award from Denver media (2009)

— Career Highlights —

  • His 96 career sacks tie (Mario Williams) for fifth among active players, while his 32.5 QB drops since joining the Ravens in 2013 stand fourth (tied) in the NFL
  • Dumervil’s 31 games with at least 1.5 sacks tie (Jared Allen) as the NFL’s most since 2006
  • Established a Ravens’ franchise-record with a career-high-tying 17 sacks (third in the NFL) in 2014
  • With his 17 sacks in 2014, he teamed with OLB Terrell Suggs (12) to post the NFL’s most sacks by any duo (29)
  • Led the NFL in sacks with a career-high and then-franchise-record 17 for the Broncos in 2009
  • Recorded a career-high and Broncos single-game franchise-record 4 sacks at Cle. (9/20/09)
  • Broncos sack leader in four of his six playing seasons (missed the 2010 season with a pectoral injury)

— Personal —

  • Half-brother, Curry Burns, played DB at Louisville (2000-02) and spent time with Hou., NYG, Was. and NO
  • Wears No. 58 because he admired former NFL LB Derrick Thomas while growing up
  • Was inducted into Louisville’s Ring of Honor (Nov. 2015)
  • Middle name is “Kool”...Notes Dumervil: “That’s how you can tell if you’ve known me for a while. People who really know me call me Kool.”
  • He and his wife, Jennifer, have a newborn daughter (Ella)
  • Both of Dumervil’s parents are from Haiti, and he was raised in the transplanted Caribbean culture known as “Little Haiti” in Miami

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Baltimore Ravens – 16/16)

  • Led Baltimore’s pass rush with 6 sacks (-33 yards), adding 48 tackles (29 solo), 1 PD, 1 FF and 2 FRs
  • Helped lead the NFL’s eighth-ranked defense (337.4 ypg), which finished No. 2 overall (291.1 ypg) and No. 1 vs. the pass (183.3 ypg) over the season’s final eight games
  • Recovered a Courtney Upshaw-forced fumble at the Ravens’ 41-yard line to set up a 47-yard game-winning K Justin Tucker FG in the 16-13 victory vs. STL (11/22)
  • Produced a season-high 2 sacks (-10 yards), adding 4 stops (2 solo) and 1 PD vs. Jax. (11/15)
  • Posted 6 tackles (5 solo) and 1 sack (-6 yards), helping limit the Steelers to 96 net passing yards, in the 23-20 OT victory at Pit. (10/1)...Made a critical fourth-and-2 stop, tackling QB Mike Vick for no gain, during the first overtime drive
  • Sacked QB Andy Dalton, forcing a fumble that ILB C.J. Mosley returned 41 yards for a TD vs. Cin. (9/27)

2014: (Baltimore Ravens – 16/2, 2/0)

  • Named to his fourth Pro Bowl after tying a career high (2009) with a Ravens’ franchise-record 17 sacks (third in the NFL) for -127.5 yards (also a franchise record)...Recorded 35 tackles (24 solo), 2 FFs, 1 FR and 1 PD
  • Ravens finished second (tied, Philadelphia) in the league with 49 sacks (Buffalo - 54)...Teamed with OLB Terrell Suggs (12) to post the NFL’s most sacks by a duo (29)
  • Saw action in both postseason contests and had 3 tackles, including 2 sacks (-18 yards), for a defense that produced 7 sacks and allowed 82 rushing yards in two playoff games
  • Tallied a postseason career-high 2 sacks (-18 yards), for a defense that produced 5 sacks in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)
  • Posted a Ravens’ franchise-record and career-high-tying 17th sack (-8 yards) for a defense that posted a season-high 8 sacks in the 20-12 victory vs. Jax. (12/14)
  • Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after setting the Ravens’ single-season sacks record with his 16th QB drop in the 28-13 victory at Mia. (12/7)...He had 4 tackles, 3.5 sacks (-25 yards) and 1 FF for a defense that recorded 6 sacks and allowed 249 total yards

2013: (Baltimore Ravens – 15/3)

  • Recorded 31 tackles (18 solo), was second on the team with 9.5 sacks (-64 yards) and posted 3 PD and 2 FFs (missed one game due to an ankle injury)
  • Played in his 100th-career game and posted 3 tackles, including a team-leading 3 sacks (-21 yards), in the 20-17 overtime win vs. Cin. (11/10)
  • Recorded 3 tackles, including a team-leading 2 sacks (-11 yards) and a career-high-tying 2 FFs, vs. GB (10/13)
  • Posted 2 solo tackles, including a sack (-5 yards) and 1 PD, for a defense that allowed 22 rushing yards in the 26-23 win at Mia. (10/6)...His fourth-quarter sack backed the Dolphins up to Baltimore’s 39 to make a potential game-tying 57-yard FGA; the kick was no good

2012: (Denver Broncos – 16/16, 1/1)

  • Earned his third-career (second-consecutive) Pro Bowl nod after finishing second on the Broncos with 11 sacks (-83 yards) and tying for a team-high 6 FFs
  • Dumervil’s 54 tackles (32 solo) led all of Denver’s defensive linemen on the season
  • Served as a team captain for the first time in his NFL tenure
  • Posted 3 tackles (2 solo) and forced a half-sack in the 38-35 double-OT loss in the Divisional game vs. Bal. (1/12/13)
  • Had a season-high 5 solo tackles, adding 2 sacks (-9 yards), a career-best 2 FFs and 1 PD in the 35-24 win at SD (10/15)
  • Registered his first-career safety on a sack of Texans QB Matt Schaub vs. Hou. (9/23)

2011: (Denver Broncos – 14/14, 2/2)

  • Earned his second-career Pro Bowl selection after finishing second on the team with 9.5 sacks (-63 yards), adding 42 tackles (31 solo), 1 PD and 1 FR
  • Voted by his teammates as the Broncos’ recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award for his perseverance in overcoming his 2010 pectoral injury
  • Started both postseason games, totaling 3 tackles, 1 sack (-11 yards) and 1 FF
  • Recorded 3 solo tackles and a sack (-5 yards), for his eighth-straight game with at least a half-sack at Buf. (12/24)

2010: (Denver Broncos – 0/0, Injured Reserve)

  • Missed the entire season after being placed on Injured Reserve (pectoral) on 9/4

2009: (Denver Broncos – 16/14)

  • Named as a Pro Bowl starter in his first year as a LB after becoming the first Bronco in franchise history to lead the league in sacks with a club-record 17 (-88.5 yards)
  • Added 49 tackles (42 solo), 3 PD, 4 FFs and 1 FR as he earned first-team All-Pro recognition from multiple outlets
  • Led the NFL with a Broncos’ record 7 multiple-sack games
  • Netted 5 tackles (4 solo), 1 FF and 2 sacks (-7 yards), which tied for the second fastest in NFL history to 10 sacks in a season (six games) at SD (10/19)
  • Had 7 solo tackles, including a Broncos’ franchise-record 4 sacks (-15 yards), and netted 1 FR and 1 PD vs. Cle. (9/20)

2008: (Denver Broncos – 16/15)

  • Posted 44 tackles and tied for the team lead with 5 sacks (-35 yards), adding 1 FF and 1 FR
  • Recorded a season-high 8 tackles (5 solo) and 2 sacks (-15 yards) on Monday Night Football at NE (10/20)

2007: (Denver Broncos – 16/16)

  • Finished with a career-high 56 tackles (43 solo), a team-high 12.5 sacks (-62.5 yards), 1 INT (returned for 27 yards), a career-high 7 PD, 4 FFs and 3 FRs
  • His 12.5 sacks represented the most by a Bronco since 1999 (Trevor Pryce, 13)
  • Tied for the NFL lead among D-linemen and ranked second among all Broncos with 4 take-aways (3 FRs and 1 INT).
  • Dumervil’s career-high 7 PD were the most by a Broncos D-lineman since 1995 (Michael Dean Perry, 8)
  • Earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week after netting 5 solo tackles, 3 sacks (-15 yards) and 1 FF vs. K.C. (12/9)

2006: (Denver Broncos – 13/0)

  • Posted 19 tackles (15 solo), 8.5 sacks (-56.5 yards), 2 FFs and a team-high 3 FRs...Sack total ranked third among NFL rookies and tied for the third-highest total by a rookie in Broncos history
  • Recorded 3 sacks (-16 yards) and netted the first FR of his career at Cle. (10/22)
  • Posted 3 tackles, including the first 2 sacks of his career (-15 yards) in his second-career game, vs. Oak. (10/15)

— College —

  • Played 44 career games (24 starts) at Louisville and posted 151 tackles (83 solo), 11 FFs, 3 FRs, 1 INT and 4 PD to go along with 32 sacks (-223 yards)
  • Finished his career ranked second on the school’s all-time sacks list and third on its all-time TFL chart (42.5)
  • Earned several national accolades as a senior after a record-setting season when he led the nation with a school-record 20 sacks (-165 yards) in 2005...His 20 sacks marked the second-highest single-season sack total in NCAA history behind Terrell Suggs’ 24 for Arizona State (2002)
  • Bronko Nagurski Award winner (nation’s best defensive player) and was a Walter Camp Top 10 Player of the Year as well as a first-team All-American as a senior
  • Tabbed the Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a finalist for the Vince Lombardi Award (nation’s top D-lineman) as a senior
  • Set an NCAA record with 10 FFs as a senior and totaled 65 tackles (38 solo), 1 INT, 1 FR and 4 PD
  • His 9 sacks in Louisville’s first two games as a senior set an NCAA record for most sacks in consecutive games

— High School —

  • Was a three-year starter at Jackson (Miami, FL) HS, where he totaled a school-record 78 sacks during his prep career and was a two-time All-State selection
  • Had 110 tackles and 30 sacks as a senior while posting 3 FFs and 4 FRs en route to earning the team’s defensive MVP

— Dumervil’s Community Impact —

  • Supported the Ravens Hometown Huddle at M&T Bank Stadium, joining teammates to complete various activities alongside students from Liberty Elementary for the NFL’s league-wide day of service that promotes youth health and fitness
  • Traveled to Haiti to help build 58 homes for people who are still recovering from the 2010 earthquake devastation (2016)
  • Alongside the Lady Ravens Association, helped distribute coats and warm weather gear to homeless men at the annualHelping Up Mission Coat Distribution (2013)
  • Has worked with American Group Home and Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives on charitable projects
  • Bought tickets for and hosted 20 underprivileged children for Broncos home games (2010)
 

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