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Football is by far the most popular sport in the United States but also quite popular across worldwide. With a rabid fan base and some of the wealthiest players in the world, Football's history can be traced back to the early part of the twentieth century when various leagues started cropping up in various areas across the country.
Today the NFL, or National Football League, is one of the most well-known sports organizations in the world and, depending on where you live in the states, if you are a fan of football you usually have definite and unmistakable alliances to the particular team that either plays in your city or an adjacent one.
If you live in Denver you are undoubtedly a Broncos fan. Broncos fans are, to put it delicately, especially appreciative of their team and have no problem voicing their particular opinion about how great it is and how awesome the Denver Broncos roster is. They will say that if you're an Denver Broncos fan you bleed Broncos colors and I would not dare test this theory on any dyed in the wool Broncos enthusiast come game time.
There are 32 teams across the country that are a part of the NFL and your alliances usually are formed based on either where you grew up or where you were born. This actually makes for interesting and gut wrenching games because, since Americans tend to move quite frequently, you may sometimes find many fans of one city's team living in a different area but still cheering for "their" team when they come to town to play the local team.
Some states, and indeed some cities, have more than one NFL team to represent them. usually you can find one of these teams representing the NFC, or National Football Conference, while the other represents the Atlantic Football Conference, or AFC .
The Denver Broncos logo has an interesting history. When the Broncos debuted in 1960, their original uniforms were vilified by the public. It consisted of brown helmets, brown pants (some had a satin sheen, some didn't), white and mustard yellow jerseys, and vertically striped socks. The club eventually got rid of these jerseys two years later, and celebrated the occasion by holding a public bonfire to burn the striped socks.
The team then unveiled a new logo featuring a bucking horse, and changed their team colors to orange, blue, and white. The 1962 uniform designed by Laura North-Allen, consisted of white pants, orange helmets, and either orange or white jerseys.
In 1968, the Broncos debuted a design that became known as the "Orange Crush". Their logo was redesigned so that the horse was coming out of a "D". Also, the helmets were changed to blue, thin stripes were put onto the sleeves, and other minor modifications were added. From 1969 to 1971, and again from 1978 to 1979), the team wore orange pants with their white jerseys.
The club then radically changed their logo and uniforms in 1997, a design that they continue to use to this day. The current logo is a profile of a horse's head. They wear "Broncos Navy Blue" jerseys instead of orange ones.
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