Broncos safety David Bruton was one of the first to celebrate his teams Super Bowl victory with a tattoo!
Registering for the Denver Broncos back in 2009, David Bruton is currently the longest serving player on the team and has become an integral part of their recent success. Sadly for Bruton he didn't make the Super Bowl squad due to injury but certainly played a part in getting them there and has celebrated their victory with a sweet Super Bowl 50 tattoo!
Ruled out with injury in a match on December 20th due to a broken fibula Bruton missed the Super Bowl final but was there to celebrate with his team. Impressively he actually finished the match he was injured in and played through 77 plays after refusing to come off the field. Bruton's performance this season certainly played a part in his teams success with the player racking up 43 tackles, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, two interceptions, seven passes defended and a sack in 13 games.
Still on the post-Super Bowl high Bruton visited the Denver Broncos go to tattoo artist Ortavio ‘OG’ Griego to get a new Super Bowl 50 tattoo. The design features the Super Bowl 50 logo, the word 'champions', the Lombardi Tropy and Levi's Stadium where the 2016 Super Bowl took place.
Bruton has quite the collection of Griego's work after previously having his back and arm tattooed by the artist known for tattooing the best of the Broncos team.
Although Bruton may soon be joined by team mate and Broncos linebacker Von Miller who recently revealed plans to get a Super Bowl 50 tattoo in the near future. Where that tattoo will be located is still a mystery with Von Miller already sporting quite the collection of ink on his torso and arms.