The team began hanging temporary signs at the stadium Monday, Denver’s Fox31 reports, with a “Broncos Stadium at Mile High” banner going up on the south side of the venue.
The Metropolitan Football Stadium District board approved the name change a few weeks ago.
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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court granted the team naming rights in November 2016.
The Broncos continue to seek a company to pony up for the right to put its name on the 17-year-old stadium.
A league source tells PFT there’s “no way” it’s happening.
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