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Photo: John Elway graffiti -- in Red Hook, Brooklyn?

The Broncos may have taken a beating in that preseason game in Seattle Saturday night, but the team's Executive Vice President of Football Operations still has fans across the country.

Here's proof -- an artistic endorsement of the sixteen-year team veteran and Hall of Famer that seems better suited to the Museum of Modern Art than a wall deep in Red Hook, Brooklyn, where we spotted it yesterday.

Here's the photo.

More from the Calhoun Wake-Up Call archive: "Once again, state tourism boosters have gone back to the drawing board."

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