ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have again been recognized for their digital content.
Denver is a finalist for three Hashtag Sports Awards, the Engagement Academy of Sports x Entertainment announced Wednesday.
The following Broncos videos were named finalists: Bud Light Showtime Cam (Best Branded Content or Series), Remembering the Life of Demaryius Thomas (Best Life or Legacy Tribute) and Peyton “The Intern” Manning 2021 Schedule Release Video (Best Original Content or Series).
Five NFL team videos were named finalists across the Hashtag Sports Awards, and three of those nods belong to the Broncos.
The Hashtag Sports Awards recognize brands, agencies, media companies, sports and entertainment properties and technology companies that enhance fan engagement and experience.
Brand marketers, league/team/club CMOs, media members, agency heads, athletes and creators helped form panels that judged the content on engagement, creativity and innovation and results and impacts.
The fourth annual Hashtag Sports Awards will take place on July 12 in Las Vegas.
The Broncos have previously won a Webby Award for their 2021 schedule release video, and three videos were nominated for Heartland Emmy Awards.
“If you can’t put in extra work, you’re not serious about winning and you don’t belong on this team,” Patrick said.
During his appearance on the show, Elway also discussed how his career is similar to Nathan MacKinnon’s and his friendship with Avalanche GM Joe Sakic.
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“[Greg] Dulcich has wide receiver skills on a tight end frame,” The Denver Post’s Sean Keeler wrote.
“It was very eye-opening,” Defensive Coordinator Ejiro Evero told The Denver Post.
Broncos Team Historian Jim Saccomano reflects on the Broncos’ lengthy history playing on “Monday Night Football” — or being excluded from it.
“I think it will provide that kind of lasting change and leadership opportunities for them to stand up,” RISE instructor Chris Chavez says.
“Russell Wilson has never been surrounded by this much skill-position talent,” NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal wrote. “Few quarterbacks have!”
DeAndre Thompson will serve as the inaugural Billy Thompson Diversity Coaching fellow.
“It helps me a lot, going against premier talent like that with a great quarterback and great perimeter players,” Surtain said. “That helps me as a player and build on my game. It’s always great going against them.”
“If defenders solely focus on Wilson, it will be to their detriment,” Adam Schein wrote.
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