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Board of Directors

The original 15 board of directors of the Council in 1992 included: Odell Barry, Barney Chavous, Steve Foley, Randy Gradishar, Larry Kaminski, Fran Lynch, Gene Mingo, Claudie Minor, Jr., Haven Moses, Jim Ryan, Jerry Sturm, Bob Swenson, Billy Thompson, Steve Watson and Louis Wright.

The 2013 DBAA Council includes President Le-Lo Lang, Vice-President Frank Robinson, Secretary Reggie Rivers, and Treasurer Odell Barry; with Tyrone Braxton, Larry Brunson, Ron Egloff, Steve Foley, Tom Graham, Mike Harden, Willie Oshodin, Billy Thompson, David Treadwell and Bucky Dilts. With the passing of Council member Chuck Gavin in December 2012, Mark Jackson has stepped in to work with the Council again.

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Le-Lo Lang

President

Le-Lo Lang was a defensive back who wore #21 for the Denver Broncos. He played at the University of Washington. He was drafted by the Broncos in the 5th round in 1990, and played for Denver through 1993.

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Frank Robinson

Vice President

Frank Robinson was a defensive back who wore # 36 for the Broncos. He played at Boise State University. He was signed as a free agent by the Broncos in 1992. He played for Denver from 1992-1993. He also played for Cincinnati and Jacksonville.

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Reggie Rivers

Secretary

Reggie Rivers was a fullback who wore #38 for the Broncos. He played at Texas State University. He was signed as a free agent by the Broncos in 1991. He played for Denver from 1991-1996. At Texas State, Reggie was a 4-time All-American. He was inducted into the Southland Conference Hall of Honor in 2002 and the Texas State University Hall of Honor in 2003.

 

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Odell Barry

Treasurer

Odell Barry was a wide receiver who wore #42 for the Broncos. He played at University of Findlay. While at Findlay, he tied the world record in the 100-yard dash. He was drafted in the 19th round of the AFL by the Broncos in 1964. He played for Denver from 1964-1965.

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Tyrone Braxton

Board of Directors – Member

Tyrone Braxton was a defensive back who wore #34 for the Broncos. He played at North Dakota State. He was drafted by the Broncos in the 12th round in 1987. He played for Denver from 1987-1993 and then again from 1995-1999. He was voted into the Pro Bowl in 1996, was on four AFC Championship teams, and was on both of Denver’s winning Super Bowl teams in 1997 and 1998.

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Larry Brunson

Board of Directors – Member

Larry Brunson was a wide receiver who wore #83 for the Broncos. He played at the University of Colorado, and he was drafted by the Broncos in the 11th round of the 1972 draft. From 1974-1980, he played for Kansas City, Oakland and the Broncos.

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Steve Foley

Board of Directors – Member

Steve Foley was a defensive back who wore #43 for the Broncos. He played at Tulane University. He was drafted by the Broncos in the 8th round in 1975, and after a year in the WFL for the Jacksonville Express, he played 11 seasons with the Broncos.

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Tom Graham

Board of Directors – Member

Tom Graham was a linebacker who wore #58 for the Broncos. He played at the University of Oregon. He was drafted by the Broncos in the 4th round in 1972. He played for Denver from 1972-1974 before playing for the Chiefs, Chargers and Bills. At Oregon, he was the All-Time Leading Tackle in Duck history, and he was a 2001 inductee into the University of Oregon Hall of Fame. He is the father of former Broncos tight end Daniel Graham.

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Mark Jackson

Board of Directors – Member

Mark Jackson was a wide receiver who wore #80 for the Broncos. He played at Purdue University and was drafted in the 6th round by the Broncos in 1986.  He played for Denver from 1986-1992 before playing for the Giants and the Colts. Mark was one of the Three Amigos [along with Vance Johnson and Ricky Nattiel]. He was on the receiving end of the legendary John Elway come-from-behind win over Cleveland. That iconic moment is known as, “The Drive”.

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Willie Oshodin

Board of Directors – Member

Willie Oshodin was a defensive lineman who wore #91. He played at Villanova, and signed with the Broncos as a free agent in 1992. He played for Denver from 1992-1994. Oshodin was born in Benin City, Nigeria and moved to the United States at age 12. He grew up playing soccer and didn’t start playing football until he was in college.

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Billy Thompson

Board of Directors – Member

Ring of Famer Billy Thompson was a defensive back who wore #36 for the Broncos. He played at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. He was drafted by the Broncos in the 3rd round in 1969. He played for the Broncos from 1969-1981. He was a 3-time Pro Bowler. He was inducted into the Broncos Ring of Fame in 1987.

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Michael Harden

Board of Directors – Member

Michael Harden was a safety who wore #31 for the Broncos. He played at Michigan before being selected by the Broncos in the 5th round in 1980 NFL Draft. He played for Denver from 1980-1988, before joining the Raiders.

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Ron Egloff

Board of Directors – Member

Ron Egloff is a tight end who wore #85 for the Broncos. He played at the University of Wisconsin, before signing with the Broncos in 1977. He played for the Broncos from 1977-1983 before joining the Chargers.

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David Treadwell

Board of Directors – Member

David Treadwell was a placekicker who wore #9 for the Broncos. He played at Clemson University, where he graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He played for Denver from 1989-1992, and for the New York Giants. He was selected to the Pro Bowl after the 1989 season. After retiring from the NFL, Treadwell earned a law degree at the University of Denver.

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Bucky Dilts

Board of Directors – Member

Pro Football Career - Denver Broncos 1977- 1978 and Baltimore Colts 1979.  Made the Broncos as a Free Agent and went on to play in AFC Championship game and Super Bowl XII. Bucky was voted on to the 1977 All Rookie team.  Was an accomplished Directional Punter and was statistical leader in net punting and punts inside the 20.