What are broncos?

Broncos

Bronco, or bronc is a term used in the United States, northern Mexico and Canada to refer to an untrained horse or one that habitually bucks. It may refer to a feral horse that has lived in the wild its entire life, but is also used to refer to domestic horses not yet fully trained to saddle, and hence prone to unpredictable behavior, particularly bucking. The term also refers to bucking horses used in rodeo "rough stock" events, such as bareback bronc riding and saddle bronc riding. The silhouette of a cowboy on a bucking bronco is the official symbol for the State of Wyoming.

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Eddie Royal - Professional Career - Denver Broncos
... round (42nd overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos ... nine receptions were the most by a rookie making his debut for the Broncos ... quarter of the game on a 26-yard pass from former Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler ...
John Plath
... He played in all of the Brisbane Broncos' first four grand final wins from the interchange bench and retired as the most-capped Bronco not to have played representative football ... He was graded by the Brisbane Broncos from their Colts team in 1990 ... His utility value saw him on the bench in the Broncos' inaugural grand final win in 1992 ...
1985 Denver Broncos Season
... The 1985 Denver Broncos season was the team's 26th year in professional football and its 16th with the National Football League ... record of eleven wins and five losses, the Broncos failed to make the playoffs ...
Domenik Hixon - Professional Career - Denver Broncos
... Hixon played 4 games for the Denver Broncos to start the 2007 season then was released in early October ... While on the Broncos, he was involved in the play that almost paralyzed Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett, after Everett attempted to tackle Hixon ...
Broncos - Etymology
... The term comes from the Spanish language word bronco, meaning "rough", which in Mexican usage also describes a horse ...