Jan 20, 2014 11:52 PM by Jordan Mason
A whole new generation of Broncos fans get to feel the Super Bowl excitement. With plenty of time to reflect on Sunday's big win in the AFC Championship, now the focus shifts to the Seattle Seahawks and February 2 from the New Jersey Meadowlands.
But before they begin the game-plan on the field, the Broncos are working on the game plan in the books--as in, book-keeping.
The team spent Monday making travel plans--flight, lodging, food, etc. Tuesday, it's the all-important meeting with the players and coaches wives, and after a day off on Wednesday, it's back to work.
"I spent most of my morning going through logistics in New York and the practice schedule this week, our practice schedule for next week," said Broncos head coach John Fox. "There is a lot of planning that is involved. It has to sink in pretty fast because you have to make a lot of plans."
"It's a blessing to be a part of this organization," said Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan. "These guys took me under their wings. I kind of snuck through and they took a chance with me. I made it my dedication to give them my all, get them everything that I worked for."
Like many players on this Broncos team, Trevathan was a low round pick, sixth round out of Kentucky in 2012. He led the team with 129 tackles this year and was one of the big keys on defense in Sunday's win over the Pats.