NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback
Career Highlights: NFL Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway led the Denver Broncos to five Super Bowls, including victories in Super Bowls XXXII (beat Green Bay 31-24) and XXXIII (defeated Atlanta 34-19). Elway was voted MVP of that Super Bowl, which would prove to be the last game of his career, as he retired in 1999. In January 2011, Elway was named Denver’s Executive Vice President of Football Operations and added the General Manager title in 2014. Under his direction, the Broncos won the 2016 Super Bowl. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004, Elway was selected to nine Pro Bowls. He is the all-time leader in victories by a starting quarterback and will forever be remembered for his NFL-record 47 game-winning or game-tying drives in the fourth quarter. Elway ranks just behind Brett Favre, Dan Marino, and Peyton Manning in most major NFL career passing categories, including passing yards, attempts, completions and total offense. Elway also holds several Broncos records including touchdown passes, career passing yards, career completions, and winning percentage. Elway has played in all 28 Celebrity Golf Championships at Edgewood Tahoe.