Von Miller lifts the Vince Lombardi Trophy during the parade celebration.
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Hundreds of thousands of cheering, orange-clad Denver Broncos fans lined the city's streets Tuesday for a parade and rally to welcome home the team after their upset victory in Super Bowl 50 over the Carolina Panthers.A roar from the sun-splashed crowd went up around noon when the first fire truck, carrying Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Von Miller and quarterback Peyton Manning, kicked off the parade through downtown Denver.The sentimental crowd favorite was Manning, who at age 39 became the oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl and who many observers believe will retire on top of the football world.The loudest cheers were saved for Miller, who forced two fumbles by Panthers quarterback Cam Newton that led to two Denver touchdowns.
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