DENVER -- The historic D&F clock tower, a downtown ice skating rink and the Elitch Gardens Ferris wheel are some of the Denver landmarks sporting the Broncos' colors this week.
Denver is encouraging all business owners to display orange and blue lights and Broncos signs in the run-up to the Super Bowl.
Even the home of the Colorado Supreme Court has "Go Broncos" banners, and the buffalo statue at the history museum is wearing a giant Peyton Manning jersey.
Airport trains are playing a recorded message from cornerback Champ Bailey asking them to "Unite in Orange."
In Greeley, Mayor Tom Norton and city councilors are hoping something is in the water there. They're giving the team 75 bottles of water from the city, where the Broncos held summer training before winning their last Super Bowl.