Paul Brunst lives and works in a western city that is very passionate about the sport of football. Paul Brunst is a police officer in Denver, Colorado, the home of the Denver Broncos. Sports fans in cities that have NFL football teams are all passionate to one degree or another, but Bronco fans take their love for their team to another level. If you go to any sports bar on a Sunday or Monday night when the Broncos are playing, you will invariably wade into a sea of orange and black. Even if you are a visitor who is not a Bronco fan, the energy is contagious, and you will probably become a supporter for a day at minimum.
As a sports minded individual, Paul Brunst is a big fan of the Denver Broncos. He has three children, and they grew up watching games with their father, so they also share this passion. They have attended some Bronco games in person at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, and the children always look forward to these special outings. Over the years, Bronco fans have had a lot to cheer about. They won the Super Bowl in 1997 and 1998 with John Elway calling the signals as quarterback, and these victories were the culmination of a long, Hall of Fame career for the former Stanford signal caller.
Interestingly enough, John Elway was hired as the Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager in 2011. This was a move that was heralded by many fans like Paul Brunst, and it paid off when the Broncos won their third Super Bowl in February of 2016.
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