Broncos will visit White House on Monday

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It’s long been a tradition that Super Bowl champions pay a visit to the White House after securing their title and the Broncos will keep it alive next week.

The White House announced Wednesday that the Broncos will be in town on Monday to receive congratulations from President Obama, who will be greeting the eighth and final Super Bowl champions of his term. Cornerback Aqib Talib said this week that he had a new suit made for the occasion.

“I’m looking forward to seeing how that looks,” Talib said, via KUSA. “Meet Obama before he get up out [of there]. Something I’ve never done before. With these guys, too, man, there are so many characters in this locker room, so just to be able to do something I’ve never done before with these guys, it will be a blast for us.”

The Broncos say that close to 100 members of the organization will make the trip and that some of those who have moved on since the end of the season will take part as well. Peyton Manning is listed in that latter group and may be able to provide President Obama some advice on next steps after leaving a high-profile job.

23 responses to “Broncos will visit White House on Monday

  1. Yawn, why would any millionaire want to go to the WH and meet its current resident? Comrade Saul Alinsky Obumma will tax those players at the maximum rate before they can leave DC.

  2. Ugh I kinda hate the politics posts, they always bring out the mouth-breathing tools. Even if you don’t like the man, every American should respect the office of President of the America, or you’re a piece of crap excuse for an American. It’s an honor to be invited to the White House, period. I’m sure the players will act like it even if certain mouth-breathing tools can’t.

  3. I’m sure Obama won’t be asking Peyton for any advice but I’m sure Peyton will give it anyway. That seems to be Manning’s M.O. these days handing out unsolicited advice to Osweiler, then Ryan Tannehill …

  4. unoduotres says:

    Be sure you leave your steroids and marijuana in Denver, in case they check you at the White House gate.
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    There’s probably a bag of weed in the desk inside the oval office.

  5. Being invited to the White House used to be a big deal until the current POS started inviting felons and traitors there

  6. clashpoint says:

    Ugh I kinda hate the politics posts, they always bring out the mouth-breathing tools. Even if you don’t like the man, every American should respect the office of President of the America, or you’re a piece of crap excuse for an American. It’s an honor to be invited to the White House, period. I’m sure the players will act like it even if certain mouth-breathing tools can’t.
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    So he can personally insult all republicans, as he’s done, but we’re supposed to respect him? For over seven years he’s been one big divider with his rhetoric. I would not go on the trip.

  7. “Peyton Manning is listed in that latter group and may be able to provide President Obama some advice on next steps after leaving a high-profile job.”

    Step 1: Don’t take the first TV offer

  8. abninf says:
    Jun 1, 2016 1:13 PM

    So he can personally insult all republicans, as he’s done, but we’re supposed to respect him? For over seven years he’s been one big divider with his rhetoric. I would not go on the trip.

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    Yes because President Obama should have accepted being called countless racist names by teahadists and those who were simply afraid of a mixed person becoming president. We know CONS can’t stand scrutiny and being called out for their bs. See Drumpf.

  9. Peyton Manning is a class act.

    He and Brady are, almost, assuredly Republicans. But, unlike Brady, Manning respects the moment and will join he comrades at the White House.

    And to the crazies here…put your politics aside. No matter who sits in the office, it’s ALWAYS an honor to be invited.

  10. So he can personally insult all republicans, as he’s done, but we’re supposed to respect him? For over seven years he’s been one big divider with his rhetoric. I would not go on the trip.
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    Actually what occurred over the last seven years is we’ve pulled the scab off of racism in this country. Not to worry, America is bigger and greater than all the idiots combined.

    Things will get better.

  11. For over seven years he’s been one big divider with his rhetoric
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    Yeah, Obama’s been the divider. Where do you people come up with this? Anybody with a brain knows that the republican strategy for the last 8 years has been to block every piece of legislation they could. They actually said that was their number one goal when Obama was elected. Wish people would think a little more and run their mouths a little less.

  12. Here we go. Post an article with the words White House, and the Faux News and Mostly Slanted NBC trolls come out sounding like they have a clue as to what’s really happening. And it is an honor to visit the White House. Regardless of your ideology, or that of its current resident.

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