The holiday season is a time for giving, and folks around the NFL are doing what they can to give back.
The Denver Broncos demonstrated their generosity with a heartwarming act of kindness involving a local college.
Denver Broncos News
Broncos ownership donated $100,000 to help cover the transportation costs for students at the Colorado School of Mines. The school's football team is playing in its first-ever national championship game this weekend in McKinney, Texas, which is over 800 miles away.
Thanks to the generosity of Denver's ownership, many of the school's students will be able to cheer on their classmates in person on Saturday. They are facing Ferris State for the Division 2 national title.
While D2 schools are often overlooked by NFL teams when it comes to recruiting, it's good to see that one got noticed in this case. And if Colorado School of Mines ends up winning this weekend, they might have Broncos ownership to thank for that.