Last July, President Barrack Obama commuted the sentences of 46 nonviolent drug offenders. Of these commuted, was Demaryius Thomas’ mother. Thomas is unsure what he will say to the President, not because he’s fluttered with emotions, but I believe that’s partly the reason for the unassuredness, but he says it’s because he doesn’t want to waste the Presidents time. “I don’t know if I’ll say something to him.”I might give him a letter or something. I might sneak it in there, but there’s going to be a lot of people so I can’t waste his time.” It’s a fair assertion that Thomas doesn’t want the story of his mother being released last year, to take precedence over the team’s meeting the president, nor over the Super Bowl win that got them to the White House. The letter he says he may hand the President will, of course, thank Barrack Obama for commuting his mother, but will also make mention of his grandmother, who is currently serving a life sentence for conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute crack cocaine. Former members of the Super Bowl Broncos team will join the team at the White House. These players include Peyton Manning, Aaron Brewer, Omar Bolden, and Malik Jackson.
Von Miller has put aside his contract differences with the team and will also attend the White House gathering. Miller is in the midst of an offseason no-show protest his franchise tag and lack of multi-year extension.