One Broncos fan finds way to stand out among a million of them

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DENVER -- Thirty-one-year-old Mykey McFly, his real name, was a dyed-in-the-wool New York Jets fan, but a funny thing happened on the way to an education. “I went to school at the University of Denver and a lot of my friends they just have such love for the Broncos. I mean, they bleed orange,” said McFly.

It didn’t take long for McFly to the get the fever.  Orange fever, that is. Dressed up in his one piece Bronco’s pajamas for the big parade, McFly proudly stated, “I went for the onesie. I wore it to bed, woke up in it.”

McFly is a frugle fan as well.  When asked where does one find an adult size Bronco’s onesie, McFly explained, “J.C. Penny.  You’d be surprised. On a sale rack a few years ago.”

McFly’s posse just loves the man. “He invites us to everything.  He’s just such a family dude.  He doesn’t care where you’re from. He wants to love everyone.  He wants to invite everyone everywhere.  He’s great,” said Carson Cooke, friend of McFly.

With Go Pro camera attached to his Denver Bronco’s cap, and a song in his heart, McFly was off to work after the Bronco’s victory parade in downtown Denver.  And yes, he was wearing his Broncos onesie to work.  That’s how McFly rolls.