Former Broncos running back Bobby Humphrey and his son Marlon now have one more thing in common on the football field. After Thursday’s 2017 NFL Draft, they’re both first-round draft picks. But Marlon has a little something he can hang over dad’s head. He was drafted in the Common Draft, not the Supplemental Draft.

The Baltimore Ravens selected Marlon Humphrey, a 6-foot-1, 196-pound defensive back, 16th overall out of Alabama.

Marlon recorded 81 tackles (61 solo) in two seasons for the Crimson Tide. He had five interceptions over two years, including one for a touchdown in 2016. He earned All-America honors as a redshirt freshman in 2015. The younger Humphrey started all 29 games of his college career and played in two National Championship Games, winning one.

Bobby, who also starred at Alabama, was a first-round selection of the Denver Broncos in the 1989 Supplemental Draft. He remains the only selection Denver has ever made in the Supplemental Draft. Humphrey shined as a rookie, rushing for 1,151 yards and seven touchdowns to help lead the Broncos to Super Bowl XXIV. He rushed for 1,202 yards and seven touchdowns in 1990 to earn a Pro Bowl nod, but a holdout in 1991 spelled the beginning of the end of his time in Denver. He played only a reserve role late in the season after ending his holdout and was traded to Miami the following year.

Still, Humphrey holds a unique place in Broncos history which now adds another tie to his talented son’s football career.

Following his playing career, Bobby went on to coach the Birmingham Steeldogs of AF2, a developmental league for the Arena Football League.

Marlon was the second cornerback selected in 2017, behind Ohio State’s Marshon Lattimore who went to the New Orleans Saints at pick No. 11.