The Denver Broncos Quarterback Club will be holding a dinner to support the Food Bank of the Rockies on Monday, Nov. 12.
Frank Robinson and Lee-Lo Lang, former cornerbacks who played together on the Broncos from 1992-93 will serve as guest speakers at the event.
Lang played 54 games for the Broncos from 1990-93 and totaled 135 tackles, five interceptions and one sack. Robinson appeared in 28 games for Denver from 1992-93 and made 47 tackles with one interception with the club.
The Quarterback Club dinner includes a buffet and cash bar for $20 per person. To RSVP, call 303-948-2363 by 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9. The club will also collect non-perishable food donations on behalf of the Food Bank of the Rockies at the event.
Previous guests at meetings this year have included Broncos President Joe Ellis, who spent an hour-and-a-half answering questions from the club, and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Floyd Little.
The Denver Broncos Quarterback Club was founded by Charlie Goldberg and was incorporated in 1964. The club’s initial purpose was to create excitement and gain support for the fledgling AFL franchise. Their purpose has evolved over the years to support children from disadvantaged situations. The club also serves as a place for fellow Broncos fans to share their enthusiasm and support of the team, to meet players and coaches and generally have a great time while doing some good in the community.