Denver Football Helmet 1962 Blue Horse

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In 1959, Denver was awarded one of the eight charter franchises in the fourth American Football League. Operating on a shoestring budget, the team acquired its uniforms from a college in Arizona that had done away with its football program. The vertically striped socks became a source of ridicule for the Denver's new team, but they soldiered on to become one of the most storied franchises in pro football history. In 1962, they abandoned the mustard and brown color schemes and burned the old uniforms in a bonfire. The new unis were blue and orange and featured a Bronco on the helmet.

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