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THE MILE HIGH SALUTE:
Salute That! The Mile High Salute was born during training camp in July 1997 when the six running backs started calling themselves "No Limit Soldiers" in a show of unity. The salute happened spontaneously in practice one day. It was going to stay private until fullback Howard Griffith saluted running back Terrell Davis in the season opener after Davis scored a touchdown.


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By the time the Broncos had beaten Cincinnati for their fourth straight win, the entire team was into saluting one another. Even coach Mike Shanahan got into the act, saluting Davis after presenting him the game ball for a 215-yard rushing effort.

The original name was the "No Limit Soldier's Salute." It is done after every Broncos touchdown.

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