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Bruton’s Books Mission

The Mission of the David Bruton Jr. Foundation and Bruton’s Books is to help low-income children in grades K-3 become strong readers through tutoring and by providing books to underfunded schools, libraries, and classrooms.

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Fuel Up to Play 60
David Bruton Jr Fuel Up for Play 60

Fuel Up to Play 60

Fuel Up to Play 60 is a program founded by the National Dairy Council and NFL, in collaboration with USDA, that empowers students to take charge in making small, everyday changes at school. Students can win cool prizes, like an NFL player visit or Super Bowl tickets, for choosing good-for-you foods and getting active for at least 60 minutes every day. We want kids to make a difference not only in their lives, but also their community.

Whether you’re a student, supporter or educator, simply choose your path to get involved and get going.

In the News

Seven Things We’ve Learned About David Bruton Jr.

Today, we'll focus on safety David Bruton Jr. 1. He adds more depth to the safety position and increases the competition level: This season, three cornerbacks – DeAngelo Hall, Will Blackmonand Deshazor Everett -- are making the full switch to safety for the Redskins....

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David Bruton Jr. kicks off Club Connect

Safety David Bruton Jr. and his Bruton's Books foundation partnered with Kenton Elementary School and Mile High United Way to launch Colorado's first Club Connect and help students get excited about reading. View Full Story Source:...

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Bruton hopes Denver’s dominant defense can stay together

AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Safety David Bruton Jr., one of several Denver Broncos defenders set to become a free agent, wishes the NFL was more like the NBA. "Teams such as Golden State, they get to keep everybody and try to set records, and I feel if we had the cap space...

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David Bruton “would love to stay” with Denver Broncos

Last April, Broncos strong safety David Bruton let it be known that his goal no longer was to be just a special teams guy. He was a safety and he was aiming for the starting job. Eight months later, Bruton, 28, saw his season cut short by a leg injury that landed him...

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Bruton honored by the Broncos

David Bruton has been honored by the Denver Broncos as he was awarded the Walter Peyton Man of the Year. His work with his foundation Bruton’s Books has been a huge success in the Denver community…..

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David Bruton named Broncos’ Walter Payton Man of the Year

The Broncos on Wednesday selected safety David Bruton as their Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award recipient for his “outstanding leadership both on the field and in the community.” “It’s very rewarding, but I don’t get rewarded just by the accolades,” Bruton...

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Bruton delivers on promise to be defensive factor

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — David Bruton Jr. is delivering on his pledge to make a mark on Denver's defense in his seventh NFL season after being typecast as a special teams ace since coming out of Notre Dame in 2009. Bruton capitalized on increased playing time down the...

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David Bruton gives back thanks to Bike for Books

KUSA - Broncos fans are used to seeing David Bruton on the football field, but the Safety has other interests. If Bruton is not on the field you can probably find him on a bike, as long as it's not a stationary bike. "I hate stationary bikes, I hate treadmills, if my...

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David Bruton Jr.: Broncos Need to Pump Up Special Teams

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- When it came to special teams in 2014, the Denver Broncos were decidedly ho-hum. And it just didn’t look that way on the outside. It felt that way, at times, on those units as well. "You know, if we make a big play, last year there’s like three or...

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Community Conversation: David Bruton, Jr.

Each week of the season DenverBroncos.com will highlight the off-field contributions of a Denver Bronco. This week we talked to special teams captain and safety David Bruton Jr., who spends his time working with Western Dairy’s Fuel Up to Play 60 in addition to being involved with the Broncos’ community work…

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Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 at 2:37pm
@BenGarland63 @BMarshh54 Thanks Ben G. I appreciate it man. Keep balling. N Gluck this year
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@Broncos @NFL @Broncos Thank you all! Top down, loved my time there and being part of something special.

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