Super Bowl MVP quarterback John Elway has officially ended his professional relationship with Denver Broncos At the end of the 2022 season. His contract expired in March at the start of the new league year.
Hall, a noted quarterback, has worked in various roles in the Broncos’ front office for more than a decade, his most recent role as an advisor to general manager George Patton.
He has not officially expressed his desire to work for another. NFL franchise. Now 62, Elway appears ready to put football in the rearview mirror.
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In an interview with The Denver Post’s Woody Page, Elway seemed at peace with his years on the field and in the front office.
“I don’t have that desire to climb another mountain again. I’ve been to the top many times in 62 years,” Elway said.
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“I’ll always be a Bronco and a fan, and I told him [CEO] Greg Penner I’m here if you call me for anything.
His main focus going forward will probably be around his family. Business activities.
“I’ve got restaurants and car dealerships and other (enterprises) to keep me busy enough,” Elway said.
“I want to play golf. No. 1 on my bucket list is a trip to Normandy. I’ve always wanted to go there. (wife) Paige and I like to go on a boat trip to the Greek islands, and I’m going to spend a lot of time with my grandkids.”
Elway away from football in three Super Bowls To his credit, two as a Broncos quarterback and one as a team executive.
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Now, he’ll shift his focus to making the most of what he calls his QTR “remaining quality time.”