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John Elway Wants Future Generations to Become Part of Broncos Legacy

Posted: Feb. 4th, 2013  |  By Michael Pearse
Broncos' Derek Wolfe
Steve Nehf/The Denver Post

Hall of Famer John Elway recently made a statement saying that he would like it younger players began to incorporate themselves into the Denver Broncos football team. After all kids are tomorrow’s future right? Imagine a team that has grown together. They would be unstoppable!

Age might be just a number, but it's a number that has the Broncos' attention.

And in the wake of their stunning double-overtime playoff loss to Baltimore, the Broncos begin the offseason trying to identify the line between being a young, homegrown team able to overcome inevitable injuries and a team savvy enough to play its best in the biggest games.

"You're always going to have tough decisions," said John Elway, the Broncos' executive vice president of football operations. "We're always going to be talking about decisions where we're trying to stay young and develop a guy, as opposed to a proven veteran. Coaches like the experience, and we'll always sit down and have those discussions and come to a decision that is


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