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Broncos fan club remembers one of its own

Broncos fan club remembers one of its own

Denver Broncos fans packed Penn Quarter Sports Tavern on Sunday like they have for nearly a decade, 150 people strong in orange and blue jerseys, sweaters and jackets and even a man in a team yarmulke.

Mid-Atlantic fan club members went through their usual game day rituals as the Broncos battled the San Diego Chargers. They clapped three times above their head and yelled "whoosh" when the Broncos got a first down. They chanted "IN-COM-PLETE," when Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers missed on passes, just as fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High do. They bunched together in anxious group hugs on third downs, bracing themselves for success or...