It was a tribute like no other for an owner like no other.
Tuesday, the Denver Broncos honored their late owner, Pat Bowlen, with an incredible tribute at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
The Broncos created a museum and showcased memorabilia, pictures and videos from Mr. Bowlen's 35 years as owner. He passed away on Thursday, June 13 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease.
The turnout from Broncos Country was incredible. More than 5,000 came to the stadium, some from outside Colorado, to pay their respects. Member of the Bowlen family were there to personally greet and thank each person that so desired it.
The tribute was scheduled to go from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. but it was extended two hours to accommodate the large number of people in attendance.
KOA NewsRadio's Mike Rice takes you on a photographic tour of the tribute, which was located in the United Club Level West Lounge at the stadium.
It began with a large floral arrangement spelling out "Mr. B."
(All photos Mike Rice/KOA NewsRadio)
Fans then went outside at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
Then fans were guided back inside to the United Club Level West Lounge.