Keith Bishop played guard for the Broncos from 1980-1989. He was originally a 6th round draft choice out of Baylor. He wore #54. He is most famously remembered for uttering the words "Now we got em right where we want em" during the 1986 AFC Championship Game. This was at the beginning of "The Drive" when the Broncos were at their own 2 yard line and down 7 in the fourth quarter. Obviously, the Broncos won that game, and Keith's words have lived on. He participated in the Strong Man Competion early in his career. Notice the nice sumo thong thing he is wearing in the picture. He now works as a DEA agent based out of Virginia.
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Rubin Carter wore number 68 as the nosetackle of the Broncos' famed Orange Crush Defense. Widely regarded as the first true nosetackle in NFL history, Rubin was drafted out of the U of Miami in the 5th round in 1975. He spent from 1975-1986 playing for the Broncos. He is the father of NFL player Andre Carter. He recently was fired as head coach of Florida A & M University. He shares a name with former heavyweight and wrongly accused criminal Rubin "Hurricane" Carter.