The Denver Broncos have some unique traditions which both fans and players share together. If you have never been to a Broncos game then you probably don’t know about the “Mile High Salute.” Whenever a player scores a touchdown the teammates standing in the end zone the fans and the player who scored all stand at attention and celebrate the victory with a military style salute.
The custom originated with Terrell Davis who played with the team from 1995 until 2002. Davis popularized the mile high salute, and the Broncos fans loved it so much that they have continued the tradition even until today. You might not see the mile high salute after every touchdown, but keep watching. You are sure to see one, either on the field or in the stands.