Steve Foley was a defensive back who wore number 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.
His favorite memory as a Bronco:
“Winning the first AFC Championship in Denver’s history by beating the Oakland Raiders at Mile High stadium in 1977 and going to our very first Super Bowl. The city was electric and the fans were incredible. We came of age together as a team and city. It was an incredible time to be part of the “Orange Crush” defense and one of the best teams in the NFL.”
His special message for Broncos fans:
“This was and is the best place to play in the NFL, period! The fans love their Broncos and we love our fans! This is evidenced by the number of alumni that make Denver their home after their playing days are over. The stadium rocks in the good and bad times, our fans are not fickle, and they stick by us through it all! Thank you for making my stay in Denver incredibly fun!”
What does he do now?
“I have a Land Development company with my former teammate and close friend, Bob Swenson. I also just recently got involved in an oil and gas company here in Colorado.”