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Did Champ Bailey retire as a Bronco?

Did Champ Bailey retire as a Bronco?

Retirement. Bailey announced his retirement from professional football on October 18, 2014. On November 14, 2014, it was announced that Bailey would sign a one-day contract with Denver to allow him to officially retire as a Bronco.

Who did Champ Bailey retire with?

Denver Broncos
Champ Bailey has signed a one-day contract to retire as a member of the Denver Broncos. Continue for updates.

Did Champ Bailey win a Super Bowl with the Broncos?

Champ Bailey, who earned 12 Pro Bowl selections during his NFL career, will enter the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday. The only thing Bailey didn’t accomplish in the NFL was winning a Super Bowl. He reached the league’s championship game in 2013, but his Broncos lost to the Seahawks. He retired one year later.

Who retired from the Denver Broncos?

Billy Thompson
Watch the Broncos’ tribute to Ring of Famer Billy Thompson, who retired recently after 42 years with the team.

How many Super Bowl rings does Champ Bailey have?

three Super Bowl rings
He finished with 53 interceptions and three Super Bowl rings, all with the Patriots.

When did Champ Bailey retire?

2014Champ Bailey / Career end

Is Champ Bailey in the Broncos Ring of Fame?

Champ Bailey’s spot on the Ring of Fame is unveiled. Bailey the first Bronco to be elected to the Ring of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the same season during halftime as the Denver Broncos take on the Tennessee Titans at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado on Oct. 13, 2019.

Is 18 retired for Broncos?

The Broncos honored Frank Tripucka, the franchise’s first starting quarterback, and retired his No. 18 in 1963. Nearly five decades later, Tripucka — who passed away in September 2013 — allowed Manning to wear the number when he joined the team in 2012.

Why did Champ Bailey retire?

He finished his career with 52 interceptions, which is tied for No. 26 in league history. When he announced his retirement, his agent said Bailey could still be playing now if he wanted, but had chosen to “pursue another career path.”

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