ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - So, they weren't the gaudy rings they really wanted. Chris Harris Jr. said he'd wear his anyway.
The Denver Broncos received their AFC championship rings in a team meeting on the eve of their three-day minicamp - one that started with a bang Tuesday when first-round draft pick Bradley Roby smacked into wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders during a no-pads practice that left both players shaken but unhurt.
The sparkling rings feature the team's orange-mane mascot atop a diamond-encrusted football amid a navy blue background.
Malik Jackson said they make his Rose Bowl ring and the three high school championship rings he owns look as if they came out of a Cracker Jack box.
Still, five-time MVP Peyton Manning admitted he'd "probably not" be wearing his anywhere.
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