Denver Broncos was founded by Bob Howsam, Lee Howsam And Earl Howsam on August 14, 1959, and is currently competing in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference West division.
The baseball team saw Bob Howsam, who along with his father Earl and brother Lee founded the Denver Bronco
Bob Howsam was born on February 28, 1918, in Denver, Colorado, the United States where he grew up and co-founded the Denver Broncos.
He was an American professional sports executive and entrepreneur who played a very key role in 1959 where he helped in establishing two leagues—the American Football League, which succeeded and merged with the National Football League, and baseball’s Continental League, which never played a game but forced expansion of Major League Baseball (MLB) from 16 to 20 teams in 1961–1962
Bob died on February 19, 2008, of heart failure just nine days shy of his 90th birthday. He was survived by Janet, his wife of 69 years, and their two sons.
Earl Howsam was born in 1915 and is the elder brother of Bob Howsam with whom they co-founded the Denver Broncos.
Earl Howsam who is also referred to as Richard is said to be a former Staff member for Senator Ed Johnso as well as the Denver Bears baseball team.
The renowned baseball lover was said to have died in 2015 after a little illness.