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Photos: Broncos rally turns Bannock Street into "Broncos Boulevard"

As we wrote about earlier today, Broncos fans could use chalk on the streets, but not Occupy Denver. And did they ever. Led by Denver mayor and one-time Broncos mascot Michael Hancock, fans used blue and orange sidewalk chalk to "transform Bannock Street into 'Broncos Boulevard!'" (Just look how far we got without mentioned His name, too.) More photos below.

All photos by Javid Rezvani for Westword.

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