Ben Garland is surely not the most recognizable person on the Denver Broncos. On a team with maximum exposure in a football-crazed town, Garland’s face sees about as little as time as possible. Throw in the fact that the guy played his college football in-state, you would think there would be more press, attention and cameras stalking the defensive lineman-turned offensive lineman’s...
1st Lt Ben Garland, right, is officially sworn in as a member of the 140th Wing of the Colorado Air National Guard by Brig Gen Trulan A. Eyre, 140th wing commander, at the Denver Broncos training facility. (US Presswire photo by Ron Chenoy)
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Here’s to America, the men and women serving in our military, our school teachers and firefighters across...
The Colorado fires has affected so many people, from Colorado to all over the country. As the week goes on we will hear more stories about the fires like this one.
Defensive tackle Ben Garland’s family has lost a home in the fires, Garland’s grandparents, Hal and Sharon Garland, fled their Colorado Springs home Tuesday as the Waldo Canyon Fire descended on their...
Name: Ben Garland
Pos: Defensive Lineman
Ht, Wt: 6’5″, 275*
College: Air Force
*Reports have Garland at 305
Ben Garland was an undrafted rookie for the Denver Broncos in 2010, a nose guard at Air Force the Broncos saw as a defensive end in their 3-4 defense. I can distinctly remember scouting Garland in training camp that year and coming away impressed...
Denver Broncos defensive lineman Ben Garland, right, salutes Brig. Gen. Trulan A. Eyre during a ceremony where Garland was sworn into the Colorado Air National Guard by at the team's headquarters and training facility in Englewood, Colo., on Wednesday, May 30, 2012. Garland graduated from the U. S. Air Force Academy in 2010.(AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
It’s hard not to root for...
Ben Garland slipped out of his football uniform and donned his camouflage fatigues Wednesday for his swearing-in as a member of the Colorado Air National Guard in a ceremony outside the Denver Broncos headquarters.
He's now a public affairs officer whose civilian job is playing defensive tackle.
Garland, a 24-year-old from Grand Junction, Colo., attended the Air Force Academy...
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May 30, 2012
Air Force 2nd Lt. Ben Garland seen working out in March at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Garland has been released of active duty to rejoin the Denver Broncos. (Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Valencia)
The Denver Broncos headquarters will be buzzing on Wednesday. The team’s second week of organized team activities will kick off at 10:05 (a.m.) and will be open to the media...
Defensive tackle Ben Garland has rejoined the Denver Broncos for offseason workouts after getting an early release from his commitment to the U.S. Air Force.
Garland was a training camp phenom two years ago, impressing the coaches with his work ethic and regularly outracing even quarterback Tim Tebow in post-practice wind sprints. He was placed on the reserve/military list after...
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April 20, 2012
Ben Garland has rejoined the Denver Broncos after getting early release from his five-year commitment to the U.S. Air Force.
Garland a defensive tackle will join the Broncos offseason workouts because of a program that allows servicemen to cut their commitment short after two years for a career that will benefit the Air Force in recruiting and public affairs.
Two years ago...