Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos Visit President Barack Obama at White House

June 6, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos visited the White House and President Barack Obama on Monday to commemorate their 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.  
The president praised the team's season and received a No. 44 jersey from the Broncos:
The team also gave him a signed helmet, per Adam Kinney of BSNDenver.com:
"On and off the field, these guys are champs," Obama said in his comments to the team, per the NFL Network broadcast. "Apparently, John Elway knows what he's doing."
He also borrowed Peyton Manning's signature audible, per Jesse Byrnes of The Hill:
As he often does at these events, the president also took the moment to offer a few playful jabs at some of the team's stars.
First came Von Miller, per Troy Renck of the Denver Post:
Then he jokingly called Brandon McManus the "heart and soul, the horsepower of the offense," per Renck, teasing the Broncos' 19th-ranked scoring offense.
And finally, he had a bit of f...

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