Sports Von Miller honors Broncos employees at ceremony

22:45  19 may  2017
22:45  19 may  2017 Source:   Sports Illustrated

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For the last 18 years, the Broncos have held an annual employee recognition day to honor team staff, from grounds crew members to stadium personnel. Players don't attend the event, but this year one member of the Broncos decided to show up: Von Miller .

"We couldn't do what we do if it weren't for you," Miller said at the ceremony . Miller , 28, stayed to shake hands with the employees who received awards and also He is the first Broncos player to take part in the festivities in the 18 years the team has honored its employees , according to the Post.

  Von Miller honors Broncos employees at ceremony © Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

For the last 18 years, the Broncos have held an annual employee recognition day to honor team staff, from grounds crew members to stadium personnel. Players don't attend the event, but this year one member of the Broncos decided to show up: Von Miller.

Miller joined more than 200 team employees at Thursday's service recognition day, honoring the men and women behind the scenes in a speech, according to the Denver Post's Nicki Jhabvala. Miller is the first active Broncos player ever to attend the event, Jhabvala reports.

"We couldn’t do what we do if it weren’t for you," Miller told team employees.

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For the last 18 years, the Broncos have held an annual employee recognition day to honor team staff, from grounds crew members to stadium personnel. “We couldn’t do what we do if it weren’t for you,” Miller told team employees . In addition to speaking, Miller stayed at the ceremony for two hours

All-Pro linebacker Von Miller made a surprise appearance at the Denver Broncos ' service awards ceremony Thursday to honor and say thank you to more than 200 team employees . The ceremony , which took place inside the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse

In addition to speaking, Miller stayed at the ceremony for two hours after practice, according to the Denver Post. He helped raffle off memorabilia and greeted award recipients. 

Miller won Super Bowl 50 MVP honors in 2016 following Denver's 24-10 victory over the Panthers. The All-Pro linebacker finished the 2016 season with 13.5 sacks.

Last year, SI.com's Greg Bishop wrote about how Von Miller became the NFL's most interesting man.

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