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Published on 09/21/2009 at Mon Sep 21 14:59.
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Trevor Pryce

Former Denver Broncos defensive lineman Trevor Pryce is all class. After nine seasons with the Broncos from 1997-2005, Pryce signed with the Baltimore Ravens and has enjoyed plenty of success. He hasn’t forgotten where he came from, though – a week after being elected to the Broncos’ 50th Anniversary Team, Pryce took out this ad in the Denver Post, thanking the fans:

Dear Bronco fans,

You cheered for me and now I cheer for you. Thank you so much for this prestigious honor of naming me to the 50th anniversary team, one that I am humbled by and will cherish for the rest of my life.

Thank you all once again,
Trevor Pryce #93 and family

Pryce will be 35 when he becomes a free agent after 2010. Too soon to start the 2011 free agent wishlist?

Classy gesture by Trevor Pryce [All Things Broncos]

  • kerry

    its still a shame we had to let him go. a bad move by Shanahan. of course. and im still saying Dan Neil should have been elected to the 50 year team also.

  • Joe H.

    Bring back Trevor!!!!!!

  • bw53

    Always thought it was a big mistake to let Trevor go, and our pathetic D performance after he left seems to indicate it.

  • Blind Faith

    What a class act. Anyone think of giving his cell number to Brandon Marshall? He could learn a thing or two from Pryce.

  • Mr.East

    I love this guy. I bought his jersey the year before he was let go. I was so furious with Shanahan. I wish him the best in his career.

  • roshon2411

    Losing him and Wilson within the same year is why the Defense has been horrible. Both are tough to replace. Classy guy, here’s hoping Denver can eventually draft both of their replacements, because we haven’t yet.

  • Kyle

    No, we haven’t come close yet.

  • juice

    Wow, class act. More than impressed with this guy, totally unnecessary, but his character came through!

  • Rob Bronco

    The true measurement of a man is what he does when no one’s looking. Trevor’s actions on and off the field are very indicative of a guy who is all heart.

  • threeyardbomb

    Trevor will always be one of my favorite Broncos. Class personified. I still remember when they won their first Super Bowl Trevor exclaiming ” We Won the Super Bowl!! Us , not them, the Broncos won the Super Bowl!” His play has been missed since he left, John Mobley, Al Wilson and Trevor Price. Don't forget Atwater, Neil Smith, even Romo. Good times to reflect on, but lets live into today, I'm glad we have Brian Dawkins as he has brought a spark and Dooooom, what can you say. This defense has me hoping again. Thank you Mike Nolan and more importantly, thank you Trevor

  • mikebirty

    Although it looked odd at the time, with hindsight the decision looked terrible. I know he wanted plently of money but Trevor should've got paid.

    Forget signing him in 2011 – lets just trade for him tomorrow.

  • mikebirty

    + Bert Berry

  • juice21

    plus Reggie Hayward


    It is nice to know that there are still a few good men out there who have not forgotten their roots. Trevor should have never been let go.

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