Denver Broncos Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1964 Topps||46||Chuck Gavin||Denver Broncos||defensive end||Tennessee State||Short print
Gavin did not play in 1964. He retired because of a knee injury, according to his obituary.
|1964 Topps||47||Goose Gonsoulin||Denver Broncos||defensive back||Baylor||Broncos Ring of Fame 1984||Short print|
|1964 Topps||48||Ernie Barnes||Denver Broncos||guard||North Carolina Central||Rookie card
Barnes was also a painter. His best known piece is "Sugar Shack," which was used as the album cover for Marvin Gaye's album I Want You. See more of Barnes's work at ErnieBarnes.com.
|1964 Topps||49||Tom Janik||Denver Broncos||punter, defensive back||Texas A and M - Kingsville, Texas A and M||Rookie card|
|1964 Topps||50||Billy Joe||Denver Broncos||fullback, coach||Villanova||College Hall of Fame 2007||Rookie card
UPI and The Sporting News named Joe the 1963 AFL Rookie of the Year.
|1964 Topps||51||Ike Lassiter||Denver Broncos||defensive end||St. Augustine||Rookie card|
|1964 Topps||52||John McCormick||Denver Broncos||quarterback||Massachusetts||Rookie card, short print|
|1964 Topps||53||Bud McFadin||Denver Broncos||defensive tackle||Texas||College Hall of Fame 1983||Short print|
|1964 Topps||54||Gene Mingo||Denver Broncos||kicker, halfback||Short print|
|1964 Topps||55||Charlie Mitchell||Denver Broncos||halfback||Washington||Rookie card|
|1964 Topps||56||John Nocera||Denver Broncos||linebacker||Iowa||Rookie card, short print|
|1964 Topps||57||Tom Nomina||Denver Broncos||defensive tackle||Miami Ohio||Rookie card|
|1964 Topps||58||Harold Olson||Denver Broncos||tackle||Clemson||Rookie card, short print|
|1964 Topps||59||Bob Scarpitto||Denver Broncos||flanker||Notre Dame|
|1964 Topps||60||John Sklopan||Denver Broncos||defensive back||Southern Mississippi||Rookie card||nm|
|1964 Topps||61||Mickey Slaughter||Denver Broncos||quarterback||Louisiana Tech||Rookie card|
|1964 Topps||62||Don Stone||Denver Broncos||running back||Arkansas|
|1964 Topps||63||Jerry Sturm||Denver Broncos||tackle, guard||Illinois||Rookie card|
|1964 Topps||64||Lionel Taylor||Denver Broncos||end||New Mexico Highlands||Broncos Ring of Fame 1984||Short print|
|1964 Topps||65||Denver Broncos Team||Denver Broncos||Short print|
|1965 Topps||45||Odell Barry||Denver Broncos||halfback||Findlay||Rookie card
Barry was the mayor of Northglenn, Colorado, from 1980 to 1982.
|1965 Topps||46||Willie Brown||Denver Broncos||defensive back||Grambling||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1984||Rookie card
Brown was not drafted by any professional team. The Houston Oilers signed him but cut him during training camp in 1963. The Broncos then signed him, and by mid-season he was in their starting lineup.
|1965 Topps||47||Gerry Bussell||Denver Broncos||defensive back||Georgia Tech||Rookie card||PSA 7|
|1965 Topps||48||Eldon Danenhauer||Denver Broncos||tackle||Pittsburg State||PSA 7|
|1965 Topps||49||Al Denson||Denver Broncos||end||Florida A and M||Rookie card|