Posted Fri Nov 9th by Jon Heath
As part of the NFL’s November Salute to Service campaign, the Denver Broncos will wear decals honoring the United States Marine Corps when they take on the Panthers in Carolina this weekend.
Through the month of November, teams will designate one home game to honor the military (the Broncos’ designated game is Nov. 18 vs. San Diego). For every point scored during the NFL’s 32 designated Salute to Service games, the league will donate $100 to each of its three core, military non-profit partners — the Pat Tillman Foundation, USO and the Wounded Warrior Project.
Before boarding Denver’s flight for Charlotte, offensive lineman Ryan Clady, the only left tackle who has started in every game this season without allowing a sack, posted an image of his helmet honoring the Marines on Instagram.
“Representing the Marines this Sunday on the helmet. #Salute,” said Clady.
The Broncos and Panthers will kickoff Week 10 at 11 a.m. (MT) on Sunday. A broadcast map can be found here.
Awesome stuff. To all veteran, serving, and reserve members of the U.S. Military, Thank You from the entire BroncoTalk staff. We give you a Mile High Salute!