ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - The Broncos announced Tuesday they will not raise ticket prices for a second consecutive year.
After finishing last in the AFC West with a 5-11 season, it was the Bronco's first losing season since 2010.
The Broncos President, Joe Ellis announced the ticket freeze in a letter to fans.
"Make no mistake-We share your disappointment for not reaching our goals after a promising start to the season. There are no excuses for what went wrong, and all of us take full responsibility for our first losing record in seven years," Ellis said.
He continued, "We are pleased to announce that for the second consecutive year we will not raise our ticket prices for the upcoming season. Our staff will also work tirelessly to improve the fan experience on gamedays and in every single interaction we have with you during the year."
On Monday, General Manager John Elway announced Vance Joseph will return as head coach for the 2018 season, however, six assistant coaches were fired.