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  1. #16
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    I am not sure that what Anderson was doing was the mile high salute, but his own marine thing. I would bet he continues the salute in Baltimore.gp

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    He was pretty healthy last season....You guys knock on him way to much, I really think he could be pretty good next season, and I really am not worried about Ron Dayne at all. I have faith in our running game......now our TE situation is something we should def be worried about...especially with the amount of plays we like to look at our TE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LABRONCO
    it was mike anderson
    Terrell Davis started the salute

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    It wouldnt be after touchdowns but,Al Wilson's da man!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beretta
    I am not sure that what Anderson was doing was the mile high salute, but his own marine thing. I would bet he continues the salute in Baltimore.gp

    He wouldnt because it is called the Mile High Salute. Get it the MILE HIGH.


    My guess would be Ron Dayne.
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    Thumbs down

    I hope it stops, unless a REAL marine played for the broncos....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawgFanatic
    I hope it stops, unless a REAL marine played for the broncos....

    sorry, but once again. . . . . TERRELL DAVIS started the mile high salute, NOT mike anderson. . . . . and TD wasn't ever in the armed forces, to the best of my knowledge. . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by DawgFanatic
    I hope it stops, unless a REAL marine played for the broncos....

    Mile High without the Mile High Salute would be like Lambeau without the Lambeau leap. It just aint right. I hope everybody who scores who is on the Broncos team does the Mile High Salute.

    Look at my sig everybody. Its the Mile high Salute done by TD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seamus
    Unfortunately if someone else does it, things wouldn't be the same. I believe it started off as genuine inspiration that only someone who has served in the military could pull off, and do half way right not looking like Benny Hill. There wont be too many others with this career path.
    TD started it not MA, it was started as a way to salute the fans, MA just looked the best doing it because he was in the military and therefore knew the proper way to salute. But it was not started by MA, it was started by TD back in the Super Bowl days.
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    I don't think Bell would ever take up the salute but I hope Dayne does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawgFanatic
    I hope it stops, unless a REAL marine played for the broncos....
    First of all, a REAL marine did play for the Broncos, his name was Mike Anderson, second of all, he didn't start it, TD did. And lastly, what does a Browns fan have to do with a Broncos tradition? It's called the MILE HIGH Salute, not the dirty browns shrug.
    God Bless D. Williams and D. Nash. May their family and friends find peace in knowing that they were both truly loved by all. And they shall never be forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Joe
    gone for good now the big Mike is gone to baltimore? I hope someone else keeps that tradition rolling.
    I hope not, it's so gay. that'd be so cool if it dies with Anderson. I loved Kyle Johnson's lil' horse ride he took after he scored, now that's worth passing along.
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