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Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles hang out in San Francisco with fans

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Miles the Mascot and Cheerleaders pose with fans as they took the cable car around town. Miles the Mascot and Cheerleaders pose with fans as they took the cable car around town.
Miles the Mascot posing with Ryan Josephson at Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco Miles the Mascot posing with Ryan Josephson at Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco
Miles the Mascot and Cheerleaders pose with a Broncos fan looking over the Golden Gate Bridge Miles the Mascot and Cheerleaders pose with a Broncos fan looking over the Golden Gate Bridge

Broncos Country is taking over San Francisco!

Miles the Denver Broncos Mascot and a couple of the team's cheerleaders have been playing tourist with Bronco fans in San Francisco. The Broncos bus started their cruise around town on Tuesday with stops each day at landmark locations within the city. On Wednesday, Miles the Mascot and the cheerleaders took over a cable car for fans to site-see stopping at various spots for giveaways, meet-and-greets, autographs, and photos. On Thursday, they went on a Broncos cruise around the San Francisco Bay and enjoyed panoramic views of the city. You can always count on Miles the Mascot to horse around among fellow orange and blue fans!

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