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The possibility gave Elway leverage in negotiations with the Colts.

After unsuccessfully attempting to negotiate a private agreement with the Colts in which Elway would cite his alleged desire to remain on the West coast to explain the team trading him, Elway publicly threatened to join the Yankees full-time if the Colts did not trade him; Demoff wrote in his journal, published three decades later, that "he would be a garbage collector before he'd play for Baltimore." Elway's refusal to join the Colts was controversial— Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw denounced him, stating "you should play baseball …

What followed is now simply known as "The Play", in which Cal players lateraled the ball, rugby-style, five times – two of them controversial – and scored a touchdown to win the game, 25-20.

The Cal marching band came on the field as the clock ran out, not understanding that the existing play kept the game going anyway, and clearly interfered with the play. Elway was bitter about the game afterward, stating that the officials "ruined my last game as a college football player." Although Elway never led his team to a bowl game, he had an accomplished college career.

Elway set several career records for passing attempts and completions while at Stanford and also received All-American honors.

He was the first selection in the 1983 NFL Draft, famously known as the quarterback class of 1983, where he was taken by the Baltimore Colts before being traded to the Denver Broncos.

The family of five included sister Lee Ann, a year older than the twins.

Thomas Davids, an assistant football coach, said that Elway was the "best looking ball player he had ever seen." A consensus All-American at Stanford, he passed for over 200 yards in 30 of his 42 collegiate games. He was selected by the New York Yankees in the second round of the 1981 Major League Baseball draft (52nd overall, six spots ahead of future Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn), and received 0,000 for playing for the Yankees' short season affiliate Oneonta Yankees in the New York–Penn League in the summer of 1982.

Yankees scout Gary Hughes believed that had Elway concentrated on baseball "the sky was the limit … Yankees owner George Steinbrenner—who aggressively sought Elway's services—reportedly planned to make him the Yankees' starting right fielder by 1985, which Elway—aware of Steinbrenner's opinion—later described as "a tremendous [and] exciting thought".

After two more Super Bowl losses, the Broncos entered a period of decline; however, that ended during the 1997 season, as Elway and Denver won their first Super Bowl title by defeating the Green Bay Packers 31–24 in Super Bowl XXXII.

The Broncos repeated as champions the following season in Super Bowl XXXIII by defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34–19.

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