NEW YORK CITY - In a city packed with 8 million people, there is no shortage of Denver Broncos fans.
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Michael Taylor lives in New York City and works in Times Square, but his roots go back to Denver.
"I grew up in Denver, saw the first two Super Bowls. I bleed orange and blue," Taylor said.
He stands out in Times Square with a Broncos beanie that is a throwback to the last time the Broncos won the Super Bowl.
Taylor says it's not hard being a Broncos fan in New York City.
"It's a blast. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for me to be in a city hosting the Super Bowl, and my team's in it," Taylor said.
Kip MacArthur is also a New York resident who cheers on the orange and blue. He shelled out $25 to attend media day as a fan. His love for the Broncos started at a young age.
"I was born in Denver, family in Denver, raised a Bronco fan, loved the Broncos since I was three," Macarthur said.
Both Taylor and Macarthur hope the Broncos will be celebrating Sunday night a Super Bowl victory in the Big Apple.
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