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Guess How Many People Were Arrested At Denver's Super Bowl Rally

More than 1 million people attended.

More than one million people showed up for the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl parade in Colorado on Tuesday.

Fans fill Civic Center Park during a rally for Super Bowl 50 champions the Denver Broncos following a parade through downtown
Fans fill Civic Center Park during a rally for Super Bowl 50 champions the Denver Broncos following a parade through downtown Denver on Feb. 9, 2016.

Despite the large crowd full of boisterous energy, the Denver Police Department only had to make one arrest during the rally, after a person made a threat and displayed a weapon. 

Fans of the Denver Broncos fill Civic Center Park as more watch from a balcony during a victory rally to celebrate their Supe
Fans of the Denver Broncos fill Civic Center Park as more watch from a balcony during a victory rally to celebrate their Super Bowl championship on Feb. 9, 2016, in Denver.

Following the team's win Sunday night, Denver police arrested 12 people as thousands of inebriated revelers poured into the streets downtown. 

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