Wide Receiver Haven Moses was inducted into the Ring of Fame along with Craig Morton and Jim Turner in 1988. Wearing number 25, Moses played for the Broncos from 1972-1981 after coming to the team in a trade with the Buffalo Bills. He also had one of the sweetest afros in Broncos' history.
Moses played 10 seasons for the Broncos as one of the team's primary wide receivers, and ranks sixth all-time among Denver receivers with 302 catches. He ended his career with 5,450 receiving yards. His yards-per-catch average was 18.0, and he averaged over 19 yards a catch in three straight seasons from 1976-78. In the AFC Championship Game on New Year's Day, 1978, Moses caught five passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns. He was also a two-year letterman and an All-American as a wide receiver and defensive back at San Diego State University.