International action put on hold for Broncos

Nov 3, 2019; London, United Kingdom; General overall view of British and United States flags on the field during the playing of the national anthem before an NFL International Series game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Houston Texans at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Announced on Monday, the NFL will push pause on NFL games going international for the short term as the COVID-19 continues to put a dent into sports.

The European presence of Denver Broncos fans is very strong and as discussed on the Broncos Blitz podcast, host Ronnie Kohrt chats with Michael McQuaid, co-creator of Broncos Europe, a heavy presence of Broncos fans on social media from across the pond.

With thousands of fans strong on social media, McQuaid has built a strong following of fans in Europe who love the blue and orange. McQuaid discusses the disappointment, but understandable decision to push pause on international action.

McQuaid also chats about the Broncos draft selections, living as a Broncos fan in Europe, Pat Bowlen’s influence and a football franchise in London.

Check out the segment below and catch Ronnie Kohrt on-air on Mile High Sports FM104.7 Monday through Friday at 2pm.

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