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    Where did the mile high salute origenate?
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    Terrell Davis started doing it.
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    • #3
      I'm pretty sure that the great Terrell Davis started. He was a classy ball player. He didn't celebrate with rediculous TD dances but created something cool and classy as the mile high salute......although I do enjoy watching what Chad Johnson does when he scores.
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      • #4
        Well I guess TD. That's what I would have guessed. I'm glad Anderson trys to keep it going!

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        • #5
          I agrre that TD probably started it but, I do remember that Eddie Mac had something to do with it as well?
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          • #6
            Do you guys think that Anderson is doing it for respect of Davis, or is he doing it b/c he was part of the team back then?

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            • #7
              I think MA does it because it's classy and he doesn't want to rub his plays in the other teams' face.
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              • #8
                You're not a Bronco fan if you didn't know that.
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                • #9
                  Terrell Davis....

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ReleaseTheBeast7
                    You're not a Bronco fan if you didn't know that.
                    Well I disagree. Just because a person hasn't been a fan for a long time or know everything about them does not make them any less of a fan.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ReleaseTheBeast7
                      You're not a Bronco fan if you didn't know that.
                      That's ludicrous.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by CJ_5256
                        I think MA does it because it's classy and he doesn't want to rub his plays in the other teams' face.

                        That could be it, but MA also does it because he is a former Marine. TD started it because an family member ( Uncle or Dad ) was in the military.

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                        • #13
                          I'm paraphrasing from TD's autobiography...

                          In training camp, the running backs would huddle up, put their hands on top of each other's, and yell "R.B.!" But they realized they were more than just runners; they had to block and catch as well. So instead of being RBs, they decided they were soldiers. They learned how to do the salute right of the Marine Corps Manual. The Master P song "No Limit Soldiers" became their theme song (Master P wrote a Broncos version of the song once the salute caught on).

                          I miss the Mile High Salute. It was huge. It used to be everywhere. Other teams would use it. Hockey players, baseball players, and 6-year old soccer players used it. The thing had a life of its own.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ReleaseTheBeast7
                            You're not a Bronco fan if you didn't know that.

                            well maybe i should just go hang myself now that youve said that,o god i feel so bad,




                            BTW across the atlantic ocean in a country with crap all football and im 15,

                            so just shutup
                            SPORT IS LIKE PHOTOGRAPHY,...IF YOU DONT FOCUS,YOU JUST GET NEGATIVES



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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by PsychoChicken
                              I'm paraphrasing from TD's autobiography...

                              In training camp, the running backs would huddle up, put their hands on top of each other's, and yell "R.B.!" But they realized they were more than just runners; they had to block and catch as well. So instead of being RBs, they decided they were soldiers. They learned how to do the salute right of the Marine Corps Manual. The Master P song "No Limit Soldiers" became their theme song (Master P wrote a Broncos version of the song once the salute caught on).

                              I miss the Mile High Salute. It was huge. It used to be everywhere. Other teams would use it. Hockey players, baseball players, and 6-year old soccer players used it. The thing had a life of its own.
                              TERREL DAVIS.

                              Thanks for clearing it up.

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