The heart and soul of the Broncos for 14 years and a 1992 Ring of Fame inductee, T. was always one of the most popular players among his teammates, who voted him the most inspirational teammate for six consecutive seasons (1981-86).
“When I came to Denver we had never had a winning season,” he remembers, “but it was obvious to me that we had some outstanding players on that team. “I kind of wore my emotion all the time on my sleeve. is tied with fellow Ring of Famer Randy Gradishar for the most interceptions in Broncos history by a linebacker with 20, and his seven interceptions in 1976 mark the highest single-season mark by a linebacker in Denver history. says his retirement from playing football was short lived, as “I had a chance to stay in the business of football at ESPN and I can’t tell you how lucky and blessed I feel in my life for what has happened to me.
Sunday's game between the Broncos and Chiefs marks the 116th all-time meeting between the teams, dating back to their days as original American Football League franchises.
No defensive player in Broncos history has played more games against the Chiefs than Ring of Fame linebacker Tom Jackson, whose teams had a 16-9 advantage over Kansas City during his fabulous career.
Ben (Aug 1972): Michael Jackson's second solo album, included his first US number one hit, Ben, which sold more than a million copies as a single.
Singles: Ben Skywriter (March 1973): Released amid solo albums. (Oct 1973): Recorded in Osaka, Japan this album was not released in other countries until the current decade. Dancing Machine (Sept 1974): Marking a return to chart success for the group, it reached US number two.
It included his biggest British hit, Earth Song, which held the number one spot for six weeks in the UK.
Taylor played soccer at and graduated from the University of Cincinnati with honors, spending one summer working for the Broncos as a public relations intern.
“Being able to spend this kind of time with my family is priceless,” T.
Album sold estimated 850,000 US sales in one year, almost 6 million worldwide ever since.
Enjoyed less promotion as they were on a world tour, selling fewer than three million copies globally since. Overlapping with the previous year's album it also features the single Get It Together. New singles: Whatever You Got I Want, I Am Love Forever, Michael (Jan 1975): Another solo album for Michael, his last with Motown. Singles: Forever Came Today, All I Do is Think of You, Body Language.
Singles: Corner Of The Sky, Hallelujah Day Music and Me (Apr 1973): Michael's third solo album. Singles: One Day In Your Life, Just A Little Bit Of You, We're Almost There Moving Violation (May 1975): The group's last album with Motown before breaking away. The Jacksons (Nov 1976): First offering under the CBS/Epic label.