The Most Career TD Passes In Denver Broncos History By A Non-Quarterback


Quarterbacks get all the glory. We’re used to that. They also get a lot of the blame. They get this attention in large part to what happens after the ball leaves their hands. Passing touchdowns are a big part of a quarterback’s job. Other position players pull off that feat now and then too though. In Denver Broncos history, who has thrown the most career TD passes while not playing the position of quarterback?

The team record for career TD passes by a non-quarterback is two. It is held by halfback/kicker Gene Mingo who played for the team from 1960 to 1963 and wide receiver Arthur Marshall who played for Denver in 1992 and 1993.

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