Denver Broncos parade through Mile High City
DENVER - Thousands of fans are cheering as the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos parade through the Mile High City.
Paradegoers are packed about 20 or 30 people deep along the parade route Tuesday but still have a decent view of the players, who are riding on top of fire engines.
Annabel Bowlen, the wife of ailing Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, held the Lombardi Trophy as she rode on the first truck with quarterback Peyton Manning and Super Bowl MVP Von Miller.
Some were watching the parade from balconies and rooftops and a few climbed trees.
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