Brandon McManus

Brandon McManus

Brandon McManus is an NFL football player who plays Kicker for the Denver Broncos.

He participated in the Super Bowl 50 championship team, beating the Carolina Panthers 24-10. He played a crucial role by making three field goals on three attempts and an extra point in that game.

Brandon joined the Broncos’ active NFL roster in 2014 after playing four preseason games for the New York Giants. Before that, he played NCAA Division 1 football for the Temple Owls football team. As a senior in 2012, he earned All-Big East first-team honors after leading the team in scoring (74 points) after making 14 out of 17 field goals and 32 of 33 extra points. He holds the Temple career records for points scored (338), field goals made (60), field goals attempted (83), and punting average (45).

Brandon became the third kicker in NFL history to make multiple field goals of 56 or more yards in the same game. On September 11, 2020, McManus signed a four-year, $17.2 million contract extension with the Broncos through the 2024 season. Since then, he has earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Week 4 and again in Week 6 where he scored all of his team’s points in their 18-12 win over the New England Patriots.

Off the field, Brandon has been very active in helping to support local businesses and restaurants in Colorado. Follow him on Twitter to get the full details!

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